Commentary: How To Bridge America's Digital DivideBy
The Information Highway has bypassed Tyronda Jordan's house. The 20-year-old mother of two struggles to make ends meet on a salary of less than $15,000 a year. After she has shelled out rent for her two-bedroom apartment on Chicago's southwest side, and paid for groceries, utilities, and the phone, she has barely $100 left. "I really would like a computer," she says, "but right now, I can't afford it."
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