The Road to Equal Justice

Social Justice Toolkit

Social Justice Toolkit

Following are platforms and organizations working on social justice across the United States:

Economic Justice

The Opportunity Atlas
D
ata on economic mobility and education presented by Opportunity Insights.
Presentation by Ruby Zhang on
Baltimore (October 16, 2020) and Denver (January 23, 2021)

Criminal Justice Reform

Measures for Justice

Data for criminal justice reform

Presentation by Dr. Mikaela Rabinowitz and Shelby Davis (October 16, 2020)

Presentation by Dr. Gipsy Escobar on the Commons data platform June 18, 2021)


Center for Policing Equity
Data-Driven Policing
Presentation by Dr. Tracie Kesse (January 23, 2021)


RTI International

Data-driven Approaches for Better Understanding the Role of Police - Evidence and data-based policing

Presentation by Dr. Renée Mitchell (October 16, 2020)

Following are presentations on media, data, and technology tools that can be used in social justice organizations:

Media Strategies and Relations

Media Relations Primer

Joi Ridley (Re-Think)

Media Best Practices and Strategies
D. Nikki Wheeler (
Amazon)

Social Media Strategies for Activists
Ashley Reid, formerly of Hootsuite


Social Justice Phrase Guide
This guide is a collaboration of Advancement Project, a multi-racial civil rights organization, and The Opportunity Agenda, a social justice communication lab.

Debunking Handbook 2020: Countering Misinformation
Lead author, Professor Stephan Lewandowsky, Chair in Cognitive Science in the School of Psychological Science at the University of Bristol

Data Analysis and Visualization

Data Analysis and Visualization - Slides and Presentation
Amelia Kohm, PhD (Data Viz for Nonprofits)


Data and Visualization Tools: Keshif, Infogram, Piktochart, Flourish, Data Wrapper, Plotly, NodeXL, Kumu, Cytoscape, Carto, Mapbox, WordItOut, Wordle
Behar Xharra (
Keshif)

Collecting Data & Digital Surveys

Dr. Mariel McKone Leonard (University of Mannheim)