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Communities of Color Speak Out for Real Net Neutrality

Joseph Torres @ Free Press - A few years ago, the conventional wisdom in Washington was that communities of color oppose Net Neutrality.

It wasn’t true then and it sure isn’t true today.

Over the past two months, a number of events have further demonstrated that communities of color support strong open Internet protections.  Read more.


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