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Self-Evident

Life Without Internet When the Whole World Has Gone Virtual

12/21/2020 | 8m 59s

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The digital divide in America has become a major problem during the pandemic for the millions of people living without internet access at home and especially impacts children and their education. Take a first-hand look at what life is like for a Utah Navajo family who lives offline, and hear why Khan Academy founder Sal Khan believes that internet access should be considered a basic right.

Aired: 12/21/20 | Rating: TV-PG

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