Comcast Program Offers Low-Income Black Florida Residents Internet Access
Black Enterprise Magazine September/October 2018 Issue

From the Grio.

More low-income families in South Florida are gaining Internet access thanks to a program offered by Comcast called “Internet Essentials.”

Now in its second year, the program has offered 12,000 families Internet access at a discounted price of $9.95 a month. To qualify, a family must have at least one child eligible to receive free or reduced school lunch under the National School Lunch Program.

Read more at the Grio.

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Gerren Keith Gaynor (@MrGerrenalist) is a freelance journalist based in New York City. He has been published in the New York Times, ESSENCE magazine, EBONY.com, New York Amsterdam News, Loop21.com and Newsone.com. Gaynor received his master degree in Journalism from Columbia University and his bachelor's in English from Morehouse College.


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