Part 3 of 3: Successfully engaging stakeholders to center racial equity across the data life cycle
On October 14, 2020, All In and the Network for Public Health Law presented Part 3 of their three-part series on Racial Equity Throughout Data Integration, highlighting the work of AISP, Children’s Services Council of Broward County, and Detroit Community Technology Project.
Cross-sector data sharing and integration enable the transformation of individual-level information into actionable intelligence that can be used to understand community needs, improve services, and build stronger communities. While most data sharing and integration occurs within a legal and governance framework, an emphasis on racial equity, transparency, and community engagement is often peripheral. This is especially troubling because government policies and programs that produce administrative data have often played a direct role in creating, enabling, and sustaining institutional and structural racism. This webinar will include “Work in Action” sites featured in the Toolkit for Centering Racial Equity Throughout Data Integration, developed by Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy (AISP), as places where agencies are proactively centering racial equity during administrative data reuse.
Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy is based out of the University of Pennsylvania and strives to help state and local governments collaborate and responsibly use data to improve lives. For more information, visit their website.
Amy Hawn Nelson, AISP
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