San Bernardino County’s Department of Public Health used GIS technology to adapt to new challenges and better serve the community.
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Personal stories give data a voice and invite us to connect with those around us who are most impacted by the problem.
Here are five questions that you can ask to have thoughtful conversations about racial equity at work and support meaningful progress.
Many of these actions call for the use of data and a lens of racial equity to improve work conditions for feds and access to government services.
Maps, dashboards and charts can be generated in real time, displaying and contextualizing the latest information.
Closing equity gaps has the best chance of helping communities emerge from COVID-19 stronger, more resilient and more equitable.
Ensuring racial equity in public policy means that everybody has the opportunity to achieve optimal health. These 5 questions guide the discussion for equitable enforcement of policies.
Public policies should consider racial equity as one of their main principles. These questions will help guide decision-makers in ensuring stakeholders of all races and ethnicity receive the benefits of a policy.
Historically, diversity programs have been part of the effort to curb anti-Black racism in the workplace since 1964. But they can’t be standalone programs anymore.