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Internet in NYC is essential, but expensive, slow and segregated.

The Internet For All coalition is fighting for a publicly owned, fully-unionized municipal broadband provider to make sure every New Yorker can access education, work, and other essential services online.

Internet is essential

    79%

    of Americans used internet for their last job search

    50%

    of students say they need internet access to do their homework

    86%

    of Americans get news from digital devices

Internet access is slow, expensive and segregated

Only 46% of households living in poverty have internet access. 30% of Black households and 32% of Hispanic households lack home broadband vs. 20% of White households.