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With a rich history in civic activism, Oakland now uses a geographic lens to expose and address ongoing racial inequities.
The GIS profession is uniquely situated to help make racial equity and social justice a reality. Here are several ways to join the effort.
The Tacoma Equity Index provides the data and details the city needs to assess and address inequalities.
As businesses pledge to address racial injustice, location intelligence points execs toward racial equity goals in the company and the community.
The Social Equity Analysis solution delivers capabilities that help state and local governments understand and analyze community characteristics.
Leaders in King County, Washington, have emerged as innovators in the fight for equity and social justice (ESJ) in local government.
More than a year after America’s top companies vowed to fight for racial justice, location intelligence is helping business leaders deliver.
The King County GIS Center helps all government departments with mapping needs and in examining equity.
Armed with the understanding that trees and shade improve health, Los Angeles works with partners to plant new trees equitably.
Location intelligence provides insight into patterns of inequality and connects communities around a common understanding to drive change.
GIS can help governments and organizations discern and address systemic historical racial inequity.