Nonprofit opens Internet cafe in Brooklyn

A nonprofit group set up an Internet cafe in Brooklyn to give underprivileged residents access to computers and the Internet.

A nonprofit group set up an Internet cafe in Brooklyn to give underprivileged residents access to computers and the Internet. (1/19/16)

BROOKLYN - A nonprofit group set up an Internet cafe in Brooklyn to give underprivileged residents access to computers and the Internet.

The nonprofit Bridging Access to Care set up the system with grant money from the Brooklyn Neighborhood Alliance. 

It allows job seekers to access its computers and the Internet for free, whether to apply for jobs or to gain new skills.

Organizers say it will help clients without them having to lay out money on computers or Web access at home.

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