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Tacoma’s poor on wrong side of digital divide
November 16, 2015
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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