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Tacoma’s poor on wrong side of digital divide

November 16, 2015
Kate Martin | Tacoma News Tribune

The digital divide is greatest in Tacoma’s poorer neighborhoods. Miller’s community of Salishan is one of the most racially diverse neighborhoods in the county — and also the poorest. Census figures in the five years leading up to 2013 pin the median household income at $14,390 — far below the city’s median of $50,503. Citywide, 18 percent of people live below the poverty line. In Salishan, it’s triple that.

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