Digital Divide

At least 30M people, living across 60% of the US’ populated areas, have only slow satellite or DSL internet connections. Without high-speed internet, communities have limited access to healthcare, education, 21st century entrepreneurship and high-paying jobs ‒ a digital gap made even more acute by the Covid-19 crisis. Unserved areas are less healthy, have lower household incomes and are losing young people to out-migration.