Detroit Free Press: The world is going virtual but many in Detroit are still left behind

When Amariah Wims-Fuller lost her internet access last year, she raced to notify teachers to prevent them from marking her absent. “I was just mainly focusing on notifying my teachers of the problem going on so I wouldn’t be marked absent,” Wims-Fuller said. “I would ask my mother to message them and tell them that the WiFi was moving a little bit slow.”

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