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Access to sufficient and affordable communication choices shape our ability to share and connect to information, resources and culture.
At Young Women United, we have been incredibly concerned about the negative impacts an AT&T/T-Mobile merger would have on young women of color and all our communities.
We applaud the Department of Justice for filing a lawsuit to halt this takeover, and calling the potential merger out for what it really is: an anti-competitive move that would raise prices and lessen quality of services for U.S. consumers, while putting more money in the pockets of gigantic corporations.
By moving to block this merger, the Department of Justice stood for the best interests of communities of color, rural communities, and America’s poor.
While the mobile adoption and use by Latino and Black youth outpace those of white youth, YWU knows that mobile broadband is not a substitute for real Internet access at home.
Mobile access is insufficient for online opportunities, such as employment searches, academic prospects, and public service programs — resources that help strengthen and build communities.
Therefore, young women with limited Internet access can remain unemployed, under resourced and ultimately disconnected.
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