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Indy Evictions May Reach 34,000 or More in 2020

Indy Evictions May Reach 34,000 or More in 2020

An increase in unemployment claims could drive the eviction rate from 7 percent in 2016 to 20 percent in 2020, and informal evictions may be twice that.

Police Used Force on 1.3 Percent of Black Residents Since 2015

Police Used Force on 1.3 Percent of Black Residents Since 2015

Police used force over 1,600 times in 2019. Officers use force on black residents at a rate 2.6 times higher than white residents.

Socioeconomic factors explain why some New York ZIP codes were hit hardest by COVID-19

Socioeconomic factors explain why some New York ZIP codes were hit hardest by COVID-19

By comparing New York's COVID-19 test results with demographic and socioeconomic factors by ZIP code, we found that low education levels, crowded housing, and a lack of health insurance are some of the strongest predictors of high COVID-19 positivity rates.

The Inequalities Behind COVID-19 Disparities for African Americans in Indianapolis

The Inequalities Behind COVID-19 Disparities for African Americans in Indianapolis

COVID-19 positivity rate is 1.8 times higher for blacks than for whites. We explore how systemic inequities put many black individuals at higher risk for getting the virus, having a serious case, and suffering from the economic impacts compared to white residents.

Three Ways to Visualize COVID-19 Race and Gender Disparities

Three Ways to Visualize COVID-19 Race and Gender Disparities

In Indiana, black individuals are 2.4 times more likely to test positive than whites. We look at three different ways to visualize COVID-19 disparities like this.

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The Changing Landscape of Poverty

The Changing Landscape of Poverty

There are 268,000 people in poverty in Central Indiana. In recent years, poverty is highest in the city's core, but rising fastest in older suburban neighborhoods like Lafayette Square and Lawrence.

Neighborhood Change 1970-2016

Neighborhood Change 1970-2016

Suburbanization and white flight trasnformed neighborhoods in the 1970s. Gentrification has reversed those trends in some neighborhoods, but still half of Indy residents live in neighborhoods with significant economic declines.

Unequal Access: Tobacco Retail in the Indianapolis Metro Area

Unequal Access: Tobacco Retail in the Indianapolis Metro Area

The report reveals that tobacco is more readily available for purchase in areas that already struggle with quality-of-life issues.

Worlds Apart: Gaps in Life Expectancy in the Indianapolis Metro Area

Worlds Apart: Gaps in Life Expectancy in the Indianapolis Metro Area

Read the Report This life expectancy report was produced by the Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI in partnership ...

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