Tableau Foundation is hosting the Racial Equity Data Hub to share insights from leading experts at the intersection of data and equity issues, and to inspire anyone to effectively and ethically use data to advocate for change.
Racism is a widespread, deeply entrenched, and damaging presence in the United States—but we recognize that it is not a monolith. Our goal with the Racial Equity Data Hub is to provide the data and tools needed to understand and take action against racism in all of its forms, recognizing—as one example—that the injustices many Black communities face in the American south are different than those faced by LatinX communities in the southwest.
As the Racial Equity Data Hub is a resource we are co-creating with our contributors, what’s present on the site now is a starting point. We intend for the Racial Equity Data Hub to grow to encapsulate data and case studies focused on dismantling racism in all forms. By encouraging as much specificity and nuance as possible, we hope to drive toward widespread change.
The Racial Equity Data Hub, hosted by Tableau Foundation, is a work in progress. Your feedback is welcome as the Hub continues to evolve. Visit the dedicated Tableau Community Forum to offer feedback, ask questions, and meet others interested in working with data for racial equity and justice.
Learn more about Tableau's racial equity investments
Racial Justice Data Initiative
The RJDI is a $12 million, three-year commitment from Tableau Foundation to support the data infrastructure and capacity of organizations across the U.S. fighting anti-Black racism.
Community Equity Task Force
Tableau’s Community Equity Task Force is committed to ensuring that our platforms are inclusive and diverse spaces, where critical discussions around data for equity work can be elevated.