Lack of reliable Internet and computer access in low-income communities, known as the digital divide, has major implications, especially in terms of education.

But residents of Liberty City’s historic public housing development Liberty Square no longer have to worry about this, thanks to a community initiative introduced by School of Journalism and Mass Communication professor Moses Shumow and FIU’s Education Effect faculty liaison Maria Lovett, which aims to establish a community-wide WiFi network that residents can access for free.

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