Content Type: Data and Graphics

Data Visualization: Racial Disparities in Homelessness

The third brief in the Demographic Data Project explores race and ethnicity, which are dominant organizing factors in America.  They impact where a person lives when they are born, how they die, and practically everything in between.  Homelessness is no […]

Data Snapshot: Racial Disparities in Homelessness

In Every State, African Americans Are More Likely than Whites to Experience Homelessness July 16, 2019 – A new analysis by the National Alliance to End Homelessness sheds light on striking racial disproportionality in homelessness. In every state in the […]

Data Visualization: Gender and Individual Homelessness

The second brief in the Demographic Data Project analyzes population and unsheltered data through the lens of gender, offering a fuller understanding of male and female homelessness. The 2018 Point-in-Time (PIT) Count shows that men are far more likely to […]

State Solutions to Ending Family Homelessness

Families experiencing homelessness at a point-in-time declined by 24 percent nationally since 2013, with 34 states reporting declines of one-third or more. State leadership can significantly further reductions in family homelessness through promoting evidence-based interventions. Below are resources and tools for […]

Data Snapshot: Homelessness Among Gender Minorities

Gender Minorities Are More Likely to Experience Unsheltered Homelessness June 25, 2019 — During the 2018 Point-in-Time (PIT) Count, transgender and gender non-binary individuals were counted in almost every state and nearly two-thirds of the Continuums of Care in the […]

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