Clinton Johnson
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Clinton Johnson helps organizations create geospatial strategies for equitable outcomes. He takes an empathic approach to technology that begins with understanding real-world challenges faced by diverse communities and finding creative ways to implement practical solutions. Clinton also founded and leads NorthStar, an employee community focused on increasing representation, inclusion and belonging for people of African-descent in GIS. He is also an advocate for belonging and equity for people from underrepresented groups in GIS and STEM more broadly.

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Recap: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Racial Justice at the Esri User Conference 2020

Recap on content related to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Racial Justice at the Esri User Conference 2020

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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Racial Justice at the Esri User Conference 2020

Custom agenda highlighting community events and activities related to diversity, equity, inclusion and racial justice at the Esri UC 2020.

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New Data Collection Available: COVID-19 Health, Racial, and Economic Equity

A new collection of geographic data is available to help guide decisions around health, racial, and economic equity during COVID-19 and beyond.

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Planning a Racially Equitable COVID-19 Recovery

Governments and organizations are moving from response to recovery. Here we describe ways GIS can aid in a racially equitable COVID-19 recovery.

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Community Engagement for Racial Equity During COVID-19

GIS can be used to promote community engagement for racial equity during COVID-19.

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Use ArcGIS Dashboards to Increase Racial Equity in Your COVID-19 Response

Gain guidance to use ArcGIS Dashboards to see racial inequities at a glance and increase racial equity in your COVID-19 response.

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Analyze Racial Inequity During COVID-19

In this article, we will review GIS tools that can be used to analyze racial inequity during COVID-19.

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Racially Equitable COVID-19 Response Using GIS

Racially equitable COVID-19 responses are critical to identifying and supporting the most at risk, and GIS can help.

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