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NYLAG作证支持无家可归者收容所中的可靠Internet访问

由于缺乏可靠的互联网访问权限,那些无家可归的人陷入了闲置的经济资源和非自愿依赖的恶性网络中。 NYLAG证明弥合了我们社会中的“数字鸿沟”和宽带接入差距。以下是我们的证词摘录:

“我们城市最脆弱的人群无法访问互联网并不是一个新问题,但是自从COVID-19大流行以来,该问题已成为我们无家可归者的灾难。我们的客户发现自己陷入了避难所系统,无法申请公寓和工作,并且在子女无法参加在线教育时无法获得重大利益。在我们国家历史上最艰难的时刻之一,我们的客户无法在急诊室就医,而精神病患者也无法获得重要的心理健康服务。现在,纽约市无家可归的人口比以往任何时候都更需要可靠地访问他们庇护所中的互联网。”

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