NC faith leaders make a call for action on neglected policy proposals, including broadband access.
The health needs and education needs of North Carolinians are writ large by the coronavirus pandemic, forcing us to adapt on both fronts.
A major piece of this adaptation depends on the internet. Without high-speed internet, the sick cannot consult physicians and the children cannot complete school assignments.
In much the way that the Rural Electrification Act transformed our landscape from darkness to light in the mid-20th century, broadband access can transform shrinking worlds into endless horizons now in the 21st century.
The ripple effects of such an initiative will extend far beyond health and education into most sectors of the economy.
Consider supporting our WNC Broadband Project today. Contact a member of our leadership team.