Orlando Sentinel: Why Digital Inclusion Matters for Florida’s Hispanic Communities | Commentary

There was a time not too long ago when if I heard someone talk about “going online,” the first thing I thought of was waiting on an unemployment line. In 2003, my husband Victor was laid off from his job as a school-bus driver. When he applied for unemployment benefits, he received $275. It did not matter how much money he made or how many bills he needed to pay, you were lucky if you received the $275.

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