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Urban Strategies Council is a research and advocacy organization dedicated to social, economic and racial equity. We work to hold institutions and systems accountable to community needs.

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Racial Equity

Social Equity

Economic Equity

Featured Work

  • More Data (and Equity) Love

    Public Services Librarian, Reginald Constant of Laney Community College and Urban Strategies Council Partner, gives feedback on mapping ecosystems at NNIP's May (2018) convening. Earlier this year, the Urban Institute brought together roughly 100 participants [...]

  • San Quentin’s No More Tears

    In 2015, the United States had the highest prison population in the world at 716 per 100,000 people. According to the Public Policy Institute of California, the incarceration rate for African American men in California [...]

  • Building Public Data Capacity and Partnerships for Racial Equity

    We are excited that Urban Strategies Council recently was featured by the National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership as an example of how data intermediaries and local governments can work together to tackle community challenges. A collaborative effort by [...]

San Quentin’s No More Tears

In 2015, the United States had the highest prison population in the world at 716 [...]

Opportunity is for Everyone

From 2014-2017, Urban Strategies Council was honored to serve as the backbone for the Oakland-Alameda [...]

Building Public Data Capacity and Partnerships for Racial Equity

We are excited that Urban Strategies Council recently was featured by the National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership as [...]

Convening in Support of Formerly Incarcerated College Students

On April 6, 2018 over 140 participants gathered at Chabot College for an all day [...]

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