Podcast: Community Mapping and Social Justice - A Conversation with Black Girls MAPP

September 30, 2020

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Welcome to another edition of the DirectionsMag/URISA Podcast Series! In this edition, we had a chat with Raynah Kamau and Whitney Kotlewski, co-founders of Black Girls M.A.P.P. Join us to learn more on how Black Girls MAPP is an example of how community GIS can be utilized to promote social justice issues and used as a tool for civic engagement. 


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Black Girls MAPP online: http://bgmapp.org

People for the People https://people4thepeople.org/

People for the People has built more than 50 new mapping and data visualization applications tailored to foster engagement while providing resources and information to help communities make informed decisions. The Who’s Running app streamlines the experience for finding US House or Senate candidates near a user’s location or address. Visitors can also explore key voting issues in the 2020 race. People for the People also strives to highlight the key roles that women, non-binary individuals, and people of color have played in advancing these causes.

BGMAPP Social Media Channels: Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn

Email Black Girls MAPP: bgmapp@esri.com


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