ASSESSING NEIGHBORHOOD INFRASTRUCTURE THROUGH AN EQUITY LENS
Spatial Justice Faculty Fellow
The goal of this project is to characterize local impacts of inequitable distribution of large-scale infrastructure to or through neighborhoods and support data-driven efforts for resident-led change. In particular, my focus for the fellowship year is developing and testing methods for neighborhood identification and visualization of physical assets and challenges and building relationships for long-term collaboration. A philosophy underlying the choice of methods is that neighborhoods should collect and control their own data.