Map and better understand racial inequity
Location intelligence can help build a more equitable and just world where a person's race or ethnicity does not impact their outcomes. Mapping and GIS can provide insight into patterns of inequality and bring communities together around a common understanding to drive change.
GIS workflows to achieve racial equity
Racial Equity Community Outreach Solution
Local governments can use this solution to communicate progress on racial-equity initiatives to the general public and other stakeholders.
Police Transparency Solution
Police Transparency Solution can be used to share information and communicate engagement efforts that build trust with the general public and community stakeholders.
Racial Equity GIS Hub
Visit the Racial Equity GIS Hub to find relevant data layers, user examples, training, solutions, and other resources to help in your work for racial justice.
Relevant data sources
Explore authoritative geospatial data to visualize and analyze population variables such as race and ethnicity, internet access by age and race, race with highest median income, disability status, and more.
Stories of GIS for equity and social justice
Learn how others are already using GIS and mapping with a racial equity lens to advance social justice.
Join others in the GIS for Equity and Social Justice community on GeoNet to connect, collaborate, and share best practices on these topics. Ask questions or share your expertise.