Data in Action: Worker Conditions in Chinatown

We went behind the scenes to show how communities are using data to spark change. In this case, workers in San Francisco’s Chinatown collaborated with researchers to document conditions in restaurants. The results were surprising, even to workers. Visit the Data in Action tab to read all about it.

Moving forward: Using data to end intergenerational poverty in America’s communities

Recently, our authors and editors discussed themes from the What Counts book at a public launch event. Ellen Seidman recaps the discussion in the last post of a three-part series.

Collaborating with data for America’s communities

Recently, our authors and editors discussed themes from the What Counts book at a public launch event. Ellen Seidman recaps the discussion in the second post of a three-part series.

Sharing Data for America’s Communities

Last week, our authors and editors discussed themes from the What Counts book at a public launch event. Ellen Seidman recaps the discussion in the first post of a three-part series.

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#WhatCountsforUSA: Harnessing Data for America’s Communities

Join us for the webcast launch on December 4.