Join us October 27, 9-11 a.m., for SAVI Talks as we ask for your input on the Indianapolis Racial Equity Report Card. Racial disparities define daily life in Indianapolis. For example, racial segregation has created huge differences in life expectancy between neighboring communities. White households make $26,000 more per year on average than Black households. Only around 40 percent of Latino households own their home compared to two thirds of White households. We invite you to a community conversation about the outcomes that are important to measure as we hold ourselves accountable to creating a racially just community. How do you envision a more equitable Indianapolis? How should we measure racial equity? We will present some initial findings on draft metrics, but mostly we are looking for your input about what to measure and how. The event will be hybrid with the in-person aspect meeting in the Reuben Room at WFYI Public Media, 1630 N. Meridian Street. Register here to attend in person and here for virtual participation.