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Oakland Equity Indicators Report

The purpose of this report is to develop a baseline quantitative framework that can be used by City staff and community members alike to better understand the impacts of race, measure inequities, and track changes in the disparities for different groups over time.

This framework can then be used to guide and inform polices that address these disparities.

In this page you can:

See our first Oakland’s Equity Indicators Report and executive summary.

Read the notes from the community briefings

Documents

2018 Oakland Equity Indicators Report (PDF)

The purpose of Oakland’s Equity Indicators Report is to develop a baseline quantitative framework that can be used by City staff and community members alike to better understand the impacts of race and measure inequities. It will enable City departments and staff to make data-driven decisions about programs and policies to address these inequities and ensure people have equitable access to opportunities and services that we administer or deliver, directly or by contract. It will enable community members to monitor our progress or setbacks and advise improvement. Future reports will measure change in the disparities for different groups over time and will offer an opportunity for City staff and community members to work in collaboration to devise and implement course correction and to celebrate progress.

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