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Red Cross is using Texts to Take Down Ebola from NPR

Red Cross is using Texts to Take Down Ebola from NPR

New Ebola Communication Network Houses Ebola Resources and Tools

New Ebola Communication Network Houses Ebola Resources and Tools

Pew Internet: Demographics of  cell- and smartphone ownership, Sept 2012

Pew Internet: Demographics of cell- and smartphone ownership, Sept 2012

Risk Communication resources from the CDC

Risk Communication resources from the CDC

Are you a tech entrepreneur? Check out nearly 100 innovation labs across Sub-Saharan Africa on this interactive map.

Are you a tech entrepreneur? Check out nearly 100 innovation labs across Sub-Saharan Africa on this interactive map.

Sample cartoons to illustrate a process

Sample cartoons to illustrate a process

Presenting Race and Ethnicity through the stereotypes of, "White middle class stereotypes". The family in the commercial is presented as an image of blacks defying the stereotypes of African American culture and family. How you ask? 1) By being a two parent family 2) By their manner of dress 3) By the look of shock when the child plays dance music 4) By the look of shock at the child’s rap clothes attire

Presenting Race and Ethnicity through the stereotypes of, "White middle class stereotypes". The family in the commercial is presented as an image of blacks defying the stereotypes of African American culture and family. How you ask? 1) By being a two parent family 2) By their manner of dress 3) By the look of shock when the child plays dance music 4) By the look of shock at the child’s rap clothes attire

Maps have always been a way that we were able to conceptualize the topography of our universe. Now the use of GIS has given us more insight into the history of inequality embedded in our country than ever before. Here are just a few of the GIS projects working to use spatial analysis in order to reveal the historical and current prejudices that people of color face every day.

Five GIS Projects That Are Changing The Way We Understand Racism

Maps have always been a way that we were able to conceptualize the topography of our universe. Now the use of GIS has given us more insight into the history of inequality embedded in our country than ever before. Here are just a few of the GIS projects working to use spatial analysis in order to reveal the historical and current prejudices that people of color face every day.

Find Songs About Your City With This Spotify-Based Map Tool - CityLab

Find Songs About Your City With This Spotify-Based Map Tool - CityLab

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