- Various (all counties)
- Advancement Project California
Race Counts is an interactive web tool that analyzes the unequal burdens shouldered by different races throughout California. This project looks at seven key quality-of-life measures-economic opportunity, healthcare access, education, housing, democracy, crime and justice, and healthy built environments-and shows how minority communities fare on each. Race Counts maps out these variables in each of California's 58 counties. Click into Monterey County, for example, and you will learn that African American youth who live there are three times more likely to face truancy arrests than their white counterparts.
American Community Survey, 5-year estimates, S1701; US Census; Equal Employment Opportunity Tabulation of American Community Survey, 5-year estimates; Home Mortgage Disclosure Act; Open Justice Data, California Department of Justice; Enrollment Data, California Department of Education; Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics; California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation; California Health Interview Survey; UC Davis Center for Regional Change; California Department of Public Health Death Master File; U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration Office of Pharmacy Affairs 340B Database; Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development; California Department of Public Health via KidsData.org; California Department of Education... all indicators available here: http://www.racecounts.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/RACECOUNTS_MethodologyofIndicators.pdf
California Calls, USC, Pico California. Race Counts was made possible by support from: The California Wellness Foundation, The California Endowment, Rosenberg Foundation, and Sierra Health Foundation.