LULAC Newest Member Of Broadband for America
The nation’s largest and oldest Hispanic Civil Rights Organization has joined Broadband for America’s push to expand high-speed Internet access to every household and business in the country. The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), comprises 700 local councils, offering educational, housing and health services to the Hispanic community through more than 56 technology centers, 48 employment training centers and 16 regional centers.
“Broadband internet access has become much more than a luxury,” said, LULAC National Executive Director Brent Wilkes. “For Latinos, the ability to reach within, across, and through the community is a necessity. In education, family health, and business and employment opportunities broadband provides a high speed link to success.”
The complete BfA membership list is available at: http://www.broadbandforamerica.com/about/members.