The State of Racial Justice in Chicago Report provides a comprehensive picture of the changing conditions of racial and ethnic groups in Chicago during the last half century. The report offers accessible data and analysis on how racial and ethnic groups in Chicago are faring in relation to housing, education, economics, health, justice, and services. In keeping with IRRPP’s commitment to knowledge in the service of transformation, the scope and depth of the analysis increases awareness, attention, and discussion about Chicago’s racial and ethnic disparities and their intersecting dynamics. The report also highlights gaps in the data and the challenges posed by the use of standard measures to assess racial dynamics. The report’s accessible data and analysis are meant to amplify its use and relevance for researchers, policy makers, and community organizers.
The State of Racial Justice in Chicago Report will be published on May 19th in conjunction with a Leadership Summit which will bring together thought leaders, political leaders, scholars, and community organizers from Chicago to discuss and grapple with the findings from our State of Racial Justice in Chicago report.
To find out more about the Leadership Summit, please contact us at email@example.com or at (312) 996 6339.