Password Protected To view this protected post, enter the password below: Password: Submit
Never miss our latest research.
Black Hoosiers are twice as likely to be jailed and 4.5 times as likely to be imprisoned as their white peers. However, these disparities exist long before an individual is imprisoned. From the place and situation into which a child is born, to the discipline and juvenile justice policies in their school and community, a person’s childhood experience influences their likelihood of being involved in the criminal justice system.
For children of low-income families, your race, your parents' income, and the neighborhood you grow up in can lead tens of thousands of dollars in lost income each year.
Mortgage denial rate by race
Earnings by Gender
A monthly look at how the Indianapolis metro area is recovering and emerging from the Covid-19 pandemic
The incidence of new COVID-19 cases has not been the same over time throughout the country. This animated map shows the 7-day average ...