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Indianapolis Racial Equity Report Card

SAVI Talks - October 27, 2022

On October 27, the SAVI Talks event will focus on the project, Indianapolis Racial Equity Report Card.

This event will be a bit different from others in that we want a community conversation about the outcomes that are important to measure as Indy holds itself accountable to creating a racially just and more equitable community.

Racial disparities define daily life in Indianapolis, with racial segregation creating huge differences in life expectancy between neighboring communities.

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Our November 17 Data & Drafts program from 6-7:30 p.m. will be another opportunity to gather more information about important outcomes to measure for this project. Register for Data & Drafts https://www.wfyi.org/events/data-and-drafts-racial-equity-report-card.

The project process moving forward includes additional community forums to gather information, broad community feedback on initial drafts, and a final report published in May 2023. The report will be updated annually thereafter.

Community Trends Report

Published October 26, 2022

Articles and Story Maps

Explore other research and interactive content we have developed around equity.

Story Map: Race and Migration Since 1970

In 1970, half of the region’s Black population lived in 12 square miles north of downtown Indianapolis. As Black residents moved into ’60s suburban communities, 120,000 White residents left the city’s core for newer suburbs.

Are We Segregated by Educational Attainment?

Most neighborhoods match the educational diversity of our region, but those with less education are largely excluded from downtown and the northern suburbs, while they are relatively isolated in the southeast side and parts of Anderson.

City Funds Flanner House Micro-Grocery in Food Desert

WFYI reports that the City of Indianapolis announced the first recipient of its Healthy Food Access grant on Thursday. Flanner House will receive $400,000 to develop Cleo's Bodega, a micro-grocery that will sell discounted food through a relationship with Under the...

Who Has Access to Groceries and Farmers’ Markets?

The USDA defines food deserts as a census tract where “at least 500 people and/or at least 33 percent of the census tract's population reside more than one mile from a supermarket or large grocery store." [usda.gov] This is a useful definition, but of course food...

Authors

Rebecca Nannery
Senior Research Analyst,
The Polis Center

Jay Colbert,
Data Manager,
The Polis Center

Erik Steiner
Consulting Research Analyst,
The Polis Center

Matt Nowlin,
Community Analysis Manager,
The Polis Center

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