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Why Everyone Wins When NYC Embraces Disaggregated Data

March 18 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Interested in how NYC can better collect demographic data by ethnicity? Join us at “Why Everyone Wins When NYC Embraces Disaggregated Data” on Monday, March 18 10:30am-12:00pm where the Coalition for Asian American Children and Families (CACF) will present on the critical importance of disaggregating demographic data by ethnicity for Asian communities in NYC and convene an engaging discussion for diverse stakeholders across communities, agencies, elected officials among others to brainstorm how we can collaborate together on making disaggregated ethnicity data a reality for NYC. RSVP here.

For over a decade, CACF has led the Invisible No More Campaign, fighting for disaggregated data, steering a coalition of diverse partners across communities and industries that successfully garnered the NYC’s 2016 demographic data laws and NYS’s first-ever Asian American and Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander data disaggregation law in 2021. CACF is focused on ensuring that implementation of ethnicity-based data disaggregation leads to the data representation that all communities urgently need and deserve.

This event will be in-person and 1.5 hours in duration. CACF’s Invisible No More team will present an overview of its longstanding advocacy for ethnicity-based data disaggregation and share an analysis of a recent Department of Education dataset on class size and demographics by middle school and high school. Then there will be a discussion between attendees about how we can work together toward agency-level ethnicity-based data disaggregation and a shareback. The final portion of the in-person event will be a networking session for attendees to meet one another.

RSVP at bit.ly/CACFOpenDataWeek


Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies (FPWA)
40 Broad Street
New York, New York 10004 United States of America
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