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  • Webinar v.5.23.11

    1. 1. Funded by the James Irvine Foundation<br />May 23rd, 2011<br />
    2. 2. We are a multi-racial public policy change organization rooted in the civil rights movement. We engineer large-scale systems change to remedy inequality, expand opportunity, and open paths to upward mobility.<br />Los Angeles office program areas<br />Offices in Los Angeles, Sacramento, Washington D.C.<br />
    3. 3. Healthy City is an information + action resource that unites community voices, rigorous research and innovative technologies to solve the root causes of social inequity. <br />DIRECT TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE:<br />Work ON-THE-GROUND to develop targeted research/policy strategies and web tools. <br />ONLINE MAPPING TECHNOLOGY<br />www.HealthyCity.org<br />COMMUNITY RESEARCH LAB<br />Engages, trains, and provides tools for community groups to lead and sustain action-oriented research<br />
    4. 4. Why did we build ReDrawCA?<br />Redistricting = “INSIDER’s GAME” but its NOT a game.<br />Development of a “Unity”/Multi-racial approach to the process<br />focus on “COMMUNITIES OF INTEREST”<br />Bridge INFO/TECH GAP  FREE + ONLINE!<br />The time was right  Citizens Redistricting Commission and our Census 2010 work<br />
    5. 5. www.Census2010.healthycity.org<br />
    6. 6. FOR PLANNING…<br />Hard-To-Count Scores in Oakland<br />Hard-To-Count Scores + Demographic Data<br />Hard-To-Count Scores + NPO’s/CBO’s<br />
    7. 7. Statewide Coordinating Council<br />MEMBER ORGANIZATIONS<br />NALEO<br />APALC<br />CRLA<br />Voto Latino<br />MALDEF<br />California Alliance<br />Mobilize the Immigrant Vote<br />New American Media<br />The California Endowment<br />Governor’s Office<br />Objectives:<br />Coordinate statewide efforts<br />Coordinate regional convenings<br />Share resources & information<br />“Bubble Up” field reports<br />
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    9. 9. What can you do on ReDrawCA.org?<br />Learn<br />Redistricting 101<br />What district am I in?<br />Data for your district/neighborhood<br />Communicate<br />Engage in the public wiki-map discussion<br />Hear what others are saying<br />Engage<br />Draw your own districts/COI<br />Prepare/submit testimony and data<br />Collaborate<br />Work with partners on maps/proposals<br />
    10. 10. Who is ReDrawCA.org for?<br />ReDrawCA.org was built for the traditional “have nots” when it came to redistricting:<br />It is not built for:<br /><ul><li>Elected Officials/Incumbents
    11. 11. Political Parties/Partisans
    12. 12. The “haves”</li></ul>It is built for:<br /><ul><li>Community organizations
    13. 13. Community leaders/advocates
    14. 14. “Joe Schmoe”
    15. 15. Multi-group coalitions/collaboratives</li></li></ul><li>
    16. 16. <ul><li>Search for comments about your community.
    17. 17. Comment about your community via point or draw boundaries important to you.
    18. 18. Engage with others interested in Redistricting </li></li></ul><li>
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    40. 40. Comment on CA<br />Will be moderated for offensiveness and abuse by AP/HC staff<br />Will post CRC’s draft plans for wiki-commenting<br />Leave a comment/draw an area<br />Color-code: Like (green), Dislike (red), Neutral<br />
    41. 41. Questions ?<br />
    42. 42. <ul><li>Find your Congressional, State Senate & State Assembly District
    43. 43. Map population and other redistricting-specific indicators with community institutions like hospitals.
    44. 44. Map in a group session and publish reports of the maps and data you generate.</li></li></ul><li>
    45. 45. DATA SOURCES<br />Census 2000 & 2010<br />Census TIGER/Line<br />Statewide Database @ UCB<br />ACS 5-year Estimates<br />Ca Dept. of Education<br />Ca. Dept. of Public Health<br />And more…<br />DATA VARIABLES<br />Demographic<br />Population<br />Race/Ethnicity<br />CVAP<br />Median Age<br />Language<br />Detailed Race (Asian/Latino) Foreign born/Citizenship<br />And more…<br />Election/Voting<br />Voting Age Population<br />Registered Voters by party<br />Election Results<br />And more…<br />Income & Housing<br />Median Household Income<br />Poverty Status<br />Renter /Owner Housing<br />Foreclosures<br />And more…<br />Education<br />Educational Attainment<br />School Test Results<br />And more…<br />Health & Safety data<br />Homicide Rate<br />Obesity Prevalence<br />Teen Births<br />Child Abuse & Neglect<br />And more…<br />Infrastructure<br />Schools<br />Banks<br />Nonprofits<br />Parks<br />Hospitals<br />And more… <br />
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    74. 74. Questions ?<br />
    75. 75. <ul><li>Edit the boundaries of current Congressional, State Senate and State Assembly Districts
    76. 76. Import/Export your boundaries for use in other mapping software; ex. Maptitude or ESRI software
    77. 77. Save boundaries to work on later or with colleagues in a dynamic group mapping session.</li></li></ul><li>
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    94. 94. Questions ?<br />
    95. 95. Outreach + Training<br /><ul><li>One-on-one with RedistrictingCA partners
    96. 96. RedistrictingCA + other conferences
    97. 97. Our own statewide & regional partners
    98. 98. Sacramento
    99. 99. Bay Area
    100. 100. San Diego
    101. 101. Central Valley
    102. 102. Training webinars every 2 weeks
    103. 103. Outreach to media/ethnic media
    104. 104. Engagement with local collaboratives/ partners
    105. 105. Available to train via web or in-person upon request</li></ul> Note: We will not provide technical assistance to elected officials or their staff, though they can use our website as can the general public.<br />
    106. 106. Ex. Outreach Analysis<br />
    107. 107. Other Resources<br />California Redistricting Commission – wedrawthelines.org<br />US Census Redistricting – census.gov/rdo<br />Statewide Database at UC Berkeley – swdb.berkeley.edu<br />Redistricting CA – Redistrictingca.org<br />Redistricting Game – RedistrictingGame.org<br />ESRI – esri.com/software/redistricting<br />Maptitude – caliper.com<br />Brennan Center – brennancenter.org<br />Rose Institute – claremontmckenna.edu/rose<br />
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    109. 109. HealthyCity.org<br />SERVICES<br />MAPS<br />CHARTS/TABLES<br />
    110. 110. Thank You<br />Chris Ringewald<br />Senior Research Analyst<br />213-989-1300 x 114<br />chris@healthycity.org<br />

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