Celebrating Black Perspectives and Voices in GIS Introduction We're thrilled to announce the upcoming Black@EsriUC Experience, a part of our ongoing Black@GeoEvents series. This event aims to center Black perspectives and attendees in geography and GIS conferences, creating a space for community,
Strengthening Community, Advancing Inclusion, and Empowering Black Geo-Professionals Introduction Life at conferences can be exciting and challenging. Amidst the exhilarating buzz of learning, networking, and tech demos, there's a wealth of opportunity to grow professionally and personally. Yet, these environments can also
We’re looking forward to seeing you again in person at the Esri User Conference on July 11-15, 2022! Here are a couple of events you can add to your schedule to connect with NorthStar of GIS and Blacks in GIS. More
Calling all GIS professionals, health and wellness experts, health equity advocates, and allies! Mapping Black Health and Wellness is a monthlong series that will be featuring amazing content about how GIS is being used to increase health and wellness in Black communities.
Mapping Black Health and Wellness is an event series taking place during US Black History Month (February) 2022. This series will explore issues of race, place, health, and the implications of the representation of people of Black / African descent
Organizations from around the globe connect to open a month-long event series and conversation about Black History, geography, GIS, and racial equity. Join us as we reflect on the Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity, and explore the challenges and opportunities of
Esri's GIS for Social Equity and Justice team members Clinton Johnson and Margot Bordone participate in a live twitter chat with Reuters on income inequality, race, and coronavirus. See a few responses from the Twitter chat. A1. These stats stem from
While the 2020 Federal GIS Conference showcased innovative ways to use the power of location intelligence technology, several sessions focused on how professionals in the industry can harness the power of diversity to enhance their careers in the GIS industry.