This is a Volunteer Remote opportunity that will support activities that will happen in San Diego, California. Assist NorthStar of GIS in hosting events that create outstanding experiences for Black GIS students, educators, professionals, and allies. Responsibilities: • Brainstorming and implementing event plans
To our colleagues and anyone else affected by the recent surge in Asian-targeted violence, Hate crimes committed against Asian and Pacific Islander communities have drastically risen. Racially targeted crimes are notoriously underreported; even so, there has been a 1900% increase in anti-Asian hate
Video is no longer unavailable. Description From Original LinkedIn Post on HERE Technologies: What does it mean to be part of an Employee Resource Group (ERG), how can GIS positively impact communities and what to expect at this year’s virtual Esri User
Learn more about Black Girls M.A.P.P. Co-Founder Whitney Kotlewski in Opening Minds and Doors for Southland Students in the GIS Field from Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, California.
To those who are dealing with the tragic, needless, and unconscionable killing of George Floyd and carry the weight of his death even as we work, to you, we say, NorthStar is with you. We feel your pain. We grieve with you. We support you. We send our hearts and prayers out in solidarity to the family and friends of George Floyd. We also
Join the new GIS for Equity and Social Justice GeoNet Community to discuss active projects and meet other professionals working on projects to create change. In this group, members can be part of a community of people who are leveraging GIS
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.