Monday, December 17, 2018

FCC On Course To Expand Broadband Subsidies To Low-Income Americans

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) last Thursday voted to advance a proposal by FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler on the expansion of the Lifeline program that would provide subsidies to low-income Americans and enable them to gain access to affordable broadband internet. In a move aimed squarely at helping low-income American households better participate in the […]

Guest Blogger: Kristian Ramos “Unlocking The Power Of Broadband Throughout Our New America”

My brother, a young millennial, is devoted to his mobile device. He connects to social networks, videogames, and apps anywhere, anytime. He uses it to check sports scores, to buy movie tickets, and when it suits him, to ignore the rest of his family at the dinner table. My younger brother is representative of the […]

LULAC Announces Collaboration with AT&T Supporting Signature Youth Mentoring and Technology Programs

The League of Latin American Citizens (LULAC) today announced that collaborative efforts with AT&T supporting its Adelante! America with AT&T and Empower Hispanic America with Technology (EHAT) initiatives will continue. The programs, which provide underserved youth in grades 8 through 12 with mentoring services and offer technology access and digital literacy training at select LULAC […]

Guest Blogger Series: Kristian Ramos “The President’s Vision for Our Next Economy, Hispanics, and Broadband”

As Americans continue to struggle with high unemployment and underemployment at record levels, President Barack Obama has made building a stronger economy, a central theme in his re-election campaign. This should resonate with all American’s in these trying economic times. The country needs an economy built on American innovation, increased development of workers skills and […]