The Center on Poverty and Community Development analyzed its integrated administrative data to help Cuyahoga County recognize the systemic barriers faced by the young people it serves and improve its preventative services.[Read More]
Neighborhood Nexus and local partners developed the Metro Atlanta Racial Equity Atlas, a new data equity tool that pairs data with lived experience to spur local action.[Read More]
The de Beaumont Foundation awarded the Black Equity Coalition, with the Western PA Regional Data Center and the City of Pittsburgh, funds to ensure the Black community participates in designing public health systems.[Read More]
Coordinated by the Urban Institute, NNIP is a learning network connecting partner organizations in 30 cities that ensure their communities have access to data and the skills to use information to advance equity and well-being across neighborhoods.[Read More]
Neighborhood Nexus is our partner organizations from Atlanta, GA. Learn more about how they are using data to bring about positive change in their neighborhoods.
Innovate Memphis received Catalyst Grant funding to collaborate with two local organizations on a user-centered approach to integrating data from the criminal legal system into a public data hub.
NNIP partners presented a Small Area Fair Market Rents data tool from Baltimore, data on housing costs and quality in the West Philly Promise Neighborhood, and on equity reports that analyze data for 169 Connecticut towns.