Using Data to Analyze Racial Disparities in the Homelessness System

4 modules


Course Length
60 mins

NAEH Center for Learning


People of color experience homelessness at disproportionate rates. Data is a powerful tool in understanding the situation in your own community and identifying potential action steps.

This is the second course in our three-course Racial Equity Action Series. You can enroll in the entire series at the Center for Learning home page, or you can take them individually.


Your goals in this course will be to learn how to

  • Work with data in racially equitable ways
  • Use data analysis tools to understand inequities in your community


By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Certificate of Completion

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Added about 1 month ago, by Amanda
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Added about 2 months ago, by Anonymous
This course was very insightful and it made me question existing methods and processing procedures.
Added about 2 months ago, by Amparo
Thank you for the inforamtion.
Added 2 months ago, by Amanda
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Added 4 months ago, by Imani
This course was very helpful in learning how to use the Racial Equity Lens to collect, interpret, and analyze data to make sure those with "a seat at the table" are reflective of those most in need. It also sheds a light on using the lens to identify assumptions and stereotypes which can shape the manner in which decisions are made, data is interpreted, and people are housed. The data regarding Mississippi was really shocking....I won't spoil it for you! You'll have to take the course to find out!
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