Social Justice Stops The Violence Data Mapping Initiative

Introducing the art of data science as a tool in advocating for much needed resources to stop structural violence on vulnerable communities. Exploring the various forms of violence in our communities and those looking to stop the violence. Data science is what directs policy often with the most effected communities not being part of the policy making discussion. Social Justice Stops The Violence Data Mapping Initiative is a longitudinal initiative to add stories from communities addressing the various forms of violence plaguing our city.

Please take and share our community survey addressing gun, and hate violence along with the digital divide.

Collectively working together on
“Hello Ruby” chapter 1 activity!!
Being The Change We Want
to see in our communities!!
utilizing our resources to
explore data science practices!!
Building Relationships that
erase Asian hate!!

We are exposing our communities to open source platforms that helps us map our stories because so much policy, whether we like it or not, is created based on us without us at the table.

We plan to host Monthly Viewing and Discussions on topics addressing advocacy, the art of advocacy, data science, and STEAM careers that help to create community around the concern with data science.

We plan to build relationships and explore conversations with our Asian residents.

We will learn about The Algorithmic Justice League

viewing of their documentary “Coded Bias” to help show how we are experimented in this society.

the social justice comes in mapping our day to day stories. how we feel, what we are involved in, how we are creating for ourselves.

im introducing open source platforms including Vimeo and YouTube, as storytelling platforms. Most of the youth in the group already have their own YouTube channels. We are looking to build our own YouTube network promoting our concerns and data science.

We are exploring Lets Build A Town an actual working group of afro americans at the table of establishing township.

We can explore Various Gerrymandering Practices that promote separating the people and resources.

Please consider training in community mapping this summer!!

Would you or know of anyone interested in helping to data map our stories starting July 2021. Please share your information to stay informed.

Various Concerns To Explore In Our Communities

Economic Policy Institute · 

Over 75% of workers are not able to work from home due to the pandemic—and the ability to telework differs widely by race and ethnicity.
Only 1 in 6 Hispanic workers and 1 in 5 Black workers are able to telework due to COVID. #EconomicPolicyInstitute

Black Youth Impact
Closing Ceremony for Beloved Care Project “Youth Day” Youth Speak Out

Babysitting training for youth
When (10:00 AM – 11:30 AM ET) Tue., Jul. 6, 2021 – Fri., Jul. 9, 2021 Format Live Online via Zoom  Participating Counties: Berks, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Lancaster, Lebanon, Lehigh, Montgomery, Northampton, Philadelphia, and Schuylkill
 Each registrant must be a 4-H member in ZSuite and add this Club to their ZSuite profile. New members are welcome to join today by clicking here. Please select to join “Pennsylvania” and “Chester County” when joining ZSuite. 
 What will you learn? Characteristics and needs of children including infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and school age children Safety and basic first aid Safe ways of finding babysitting jobs Information to ask before you start babysitting Other topics related to caring for someone else’s child and caring for yourself while home alone We hope you can join us! This event is being offered at no charge to participants. Registration is required to receive the link to access the webinars.
 Registration Deadline June 30, 202111:59 PM Viewing in Eastern Time

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