By: The Funders Network Staff

Advancing economic, environmental and social justice means centering racial equity in grantmaking, advocacy and policy work.

How can we use data to inform our efforts to create a more equitable society?

Join TFN’s Inclusive Economies for a webinar exploring the National Equity Atlas, a one-stop-shop for data and policy ideas to advance racial equity and shared prosperity, produced through a research partnership between PolicyLink and the University of Southern California Equity Research Institute.

National Equity Atlas:
Unlocking the Insights of Disaggregated Data

Dec. 8 at 2 p.m. ET

Register here.

Please register by Dec. 5 for this funders-only webinar


Abbie Langston
Senior Policy Associate

Patricia L. Smith

President & CEO
The Funders Network

About the National Equity Atlas

The National Equity Atlas was built to democratize data and make the facts accessible and actionable to everyone — including the grassroots organizations that possess invaluable firsthand knowledge of inequities yet often lack the resources to gather, analyze, and display the quantitative data so crucial to policy campaigns to address them.

Originally launched in 2014, the updated Atlas builds upon its previous data infrastructure but provides new indicators, more detailed data for existing indicators, and additional ways to explore, share, and use the data, including:

Equity data insights, with 31 deeply disaggregated indicators for 301 geographies
Original research and data analyses
The first-of-its-kind Racial Equity index, which compares the state of racial equity across the nation
Policy solutions to build an equitable economy.

Join this webinar to learn how to use this powerful equity resource and how we can support local changemakers leading the way toward equity.

About Inclusive Economies

TFN’s Inclusive Economies working group brings place-based funders and related partners from across the sector together to build working relationships, advancing understanding of practices and policies that lead to inclusive prosperity and taking joint action that drives the field forward. We apply a three-part focus — race, place and prosperity — to economic growth and development. A particular goal is connecting people and neighborhoods of color to employment and wealth-building opportunities through investment, systems change, and policy reform.

For more information, please contact TFN Associate Hazel Paguaga.