The Urban Institute has released a guide to help community organizations use secondary data to support fair housing to improve program planning and gain a better understanding of neighborhood conditions. The guide explores the types of data and resources available as well as information on data sources related to demographics and segregation, housing, land use, disability, education and more. The Urban Institute, National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development and the National Fair Housing Alliance are hosting a webinar on Aug. 24 at 4 p.m. EDT to share the guide. The webinar will also feature how Philadelphia Chinatown Development Corporation and Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center used data to support their fair housing advocacy.
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