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  • Friday
    14
    August

    Join the Urban Institute, coordinator of the   National Neighborhood Indicator Partnership , and   Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy   (AISP) for a webinar on   Friday, August 14 th   at 2 read more

     08-14-2020  |  14:00 - 15:00 ET

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    The CIE Summit 2020: Accelerating Multi-Sector Collaboration to Advance Equity , brings together key 2-1-1, social, health, non-profit, research data, philanthropy, education, technology and government read more

     08-12-2020 08:00 - 08-14-2020 13:00 PT

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  • Friday
    14
    August

    Centering Racial Equity in Data Use

    Aug 14, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (ET)
    Join the Urban Institute, coordinator of the   National Neighborhood Indicator Partnership , and   Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy   (AISP) for a webinar on   Friday, August 14 th   at 2 pm EDT   that   frames our thinking on equitable data practices and offers examples of centering racial equity in data use and integration. Register at:   https://www.urban.org/events/centering-racial-equity-data-use   Researchers and data analysts are taught to protect research subjects in primary data collection, but data can be used to harm people and communities beyond that stage of the data life cycle. Collection and reuse of administrative data and/or secondary data sources like the American Community Survey are too often used to label and disadvantage communities of color and people with low incomes. As researchers, analysts, and advocates using administrative or secondary data, think critically about these risks and seek to develop frameworks and practices that mitigate harm. We must be intentional about the ways we collect and use data, involve the communities we are describing in our research, and aim to benefit those communities. Our conversation will elevate findings from two documents produced by Urban and AISP that can help researchers, analysts, and advocates work toward implementing equitable data practices that center the needs of people and communities. Speakers: Bridget Blount , Senior Director of Data Initiatives, Baltimore's Promise Sue Gallagher , Chief Innovation Officer, Children's Services Council of Broward County Leah Hendey , Codirector, National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership, Urban Institute Kassie Scott , Research Assistant, Urban Institute To read the publications mentioned above, visit   Urban's   and   AISP's   websites.

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