Mapping data on race alongside health and occupation data shows which neighborhoods may be hardest hit by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Telemedicine is an important tool for fighting the COVID-19 outbreak. But some of those who may need it most do not have computers or internet access.
Mapping hospital capacity, chronic health conditions, and more can help identify places that may need to add hospital beds as the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds.
Layering data on demographics, health, medical facilities, and more can help identify neighborhoods likely to be the most harmed by the coronavirus.
Parks and green spaces in urban areas beautify a neighborhood. But parks also have proven benefits for a host of health issues.
New mortgage denial data shows how certain racial groups face greater challenges getting home loans, denying them a crucial tool in generating wealth.
The need for public school counselors is acute, and yet counselors are scarce. Nearly 1in 5 students don’t have access to a counselor in their school.
Socioeconomic factors directly influence health outcomes, and we can improve community health with a broad array of data available at the local level.
Public libraries are as important to adult job seekers as they are to young readers, and need up-to-date data about their patrons and their patrons’ needs.