Event Title

Digital Gap: How COVID-19 Increased Technology and Internet Access Inequities and Our Ethical Responsibility to Closing this Gap

Presenter Information

Afrikaan Osman, Seattle University

Publication Date

August 2021

Start Date

21-8-2021 11:30 AM

End Date

21-8-2020 11:55 AM

Moderator

Sirish Gurang

Description

The COVID-19 pandemic has shed light on America's existing inequities, such as lack of access to technology and internet among minority groups, by limiting these communities' choices in accessing health, education, and jobs. This presentation will speak to the impact of these inequities and our ethical responsibilities in closing the ever-widening digital gap.

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Digital Gap: How COVID-19 Increased Technology and Internet Access Inequities and Our Ethical Responsibility to Closing this Gap

The COVID-19 pandemic has shed light on America's existing inequities, such as lack of access to technology and internet among minority groups, by limiting these communities' choices in accessing health, education, and jobs. This presentation will speak to the impact of these inequities and our ethical responsibilities in closing the ever-widening digital gap.