Equitable Data Practices: Ethical Data Use

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As the country prepares to receive new data from the 2020 Census, it’s time to update the tools and resources nonprofits can use to navigate and apply that data responsibly and equitably. As the second part of a three-part series with Data Driven Detroit, this session will focus on how to critically evaluate data sources and data quality, presenting data effectively and honestly, and important components of data collection and publication like informed consent.

(Recorded on April 28, 2021)

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