The RECoDE (Rising Equitable Community Data Ecosystems) project team—made up of curious and committed learners from data.org, Data Across Sectors for Health, Health Leads, and the National Alliance against Disparities in Patient Health, with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation—set out to better understand how to undo antiquated and dangerous data systems and build in their place an ecosystem that provides all communities power over where, when, and how their data is used to improve individual and community outcomes. Informed the insights of nearly 500 people, representing communities across the United States, this report shares key findings, amplifies community voices, and provides actionable insights for creating equitable community data ecosystems.
The Voices We Trust: Building Equity-Centered Community Data Ecosystems That Work for Everyone
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Two Part Webinar Series: Moving from Antiracism Intention to Action
The challenges associated with confronting and eliminating structural racism are extensive and require intentional reflection and correction of the processes and systems that harm communities. This webinar series focuses on the CIE Data Equity Framework, an innovative tool that can be used to guide institutions and individuals towards creating more equitable and inclusive systems that support overall well-being and positive health outcomes for their communities.