“Digital culture, between discrimination and activism”. Eugenia Mitchelstein and Pablo J. Boczkowski for Infobae

“In the United States, only 10% of the population does not access the internet. That percentage drops to 8% among whites, and rises to 14% among Latinos and 15% among African-Americans. In addition, 72% of whites have broadband at home, compared to 47% among Latinos and 57% among African-Americans. This disparity has a correlate in the composition of the workforce of the digital technology sector: Latinos represent only 7% of programmers, and African-Americans 8%. This composition has changed little in the last 15 years, despite the great growth of this sector…”

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