EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES FOR UNDERSTANDING INEQUALITY
GUIDE TO ANALZYING NEW NEIGHBORHOOD DATA
CUSTOM MAPS AND REPORTS FOR COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS
We provide a web-based framework to help users define and analyze particular forms of spatial inequality. Toolbox pages provide example-based tutorials for:
- Defining spatial justice issues
- Getting started with mapping & statistics
- Analyzing spatial positions
- Analyzing distributions across territories
- Analyzing spatially varying relationships
We also provide links to the computing, data, and software resources needed to describe and analyze spatial inequality.
Updated, geographically detailed data on all US neighborhoods will be soon be available for the first time since Census 2000. This data will be extremely valuable to community groups and non-profits. Spatial Justice Resources will provide a free web-based guide to using the new neighborhood data available in the American Community Survey (ACS) and Census 2010.
Consultants affiliated with Spatial Justice Resources are available to contract with not-for-profit and community organizations.We are available for short term work at competitive rates for groups sharing our mission. Specializing in uses of Census 2010 and American Community Survey See Contacts for consultant info See Our Projects for recent collaboration with community groups.
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