NNIPCamp Milwaukee Brainstorming and Virtual Wall
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Camp WallIs open!
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Wall RulesPost your ideas below. Feel free to scroll to the right to find a new numbered space to fill ! If you'd like to attend or have a comment to add, scroll to the bottom and post your initials next to your response.
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Session TitleData Strategies Social Media Big data and algorithms and AIDidn't get enough storytelling? Tracking capital flows in neighborhoods, including OZ investmentsPartners' strategies and involvement with Census 2020 Walk outside to view nearby neighborhood(s) and talk about ways to measure built environment quality(e.g., audits, sensors, surveys, tree counts, maintenance agency data) Vision Zero DataMedia strategies for NNIP partnersGentrification/National CollaborationMeasuring & mapping broadband access & adoptionAll of the data about housingThe spread of upzoning and protecting gentrifying/"sensitive" communities from potential unintended consequencesNew Policing Index and updates on policing workWhat capacities do communities that are good data have?
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DescriptionWe want to hear about environmental projects (environmental indicators in the context of NNIP Partner work). What indicators are Partners using? What are some environmental data available? How are Partners tackling topics like resiliency, environmental justice, cliamte change? Are you looking at the intersection of climate and other topics (i.e. environmental justice and housing)? In an interest to be more strategic about our use of social media NNIPHQ recently drafted social media policies, guidelines, and goals. We want to use this session to brainstorm ways that Partners are using social media (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIN, Medium) and how they are measuring impact. What metrics are Partners using? What influencers should we be connecting with? What are creative ways to keep content fresh?As a follow-up to Thursday's planned workshop on telling your story of impact, this camp session will allow attendees to dig further into the material and continue practicing stories! The communities we care about often have faced decades of disinvestment. What ways are you tracking how capital is flowing into neighborhoods? Is it equitable? How will new investments in Opportunity Zones affect flows? What could we do as a network together on this?An opportunity for Partners to talk about strategies to mobilize for a Census 2020 complete count. NNIP HQ can provide an update on Census activities and overview of our goals. Walking tour/discussion.requires walking around TBD Does your city have a Vision Zero intitative (a strategy to eliminate all traffic fatalities and severe injuries, while increasing safe, healthy, equitable mobility for all)? Are there data reporting requirements as part of the initiative? How are you using the data that's being released?Follow-up camp session to the media panel that we will have on Friday morning.The Urban Health Collaborative at Drexel University in Philadelphia has been developing a survey measure, Perceptions About Changes in Environment and Residents (PACER), to assess neighborhood residents’ experience in gentrifying neighborhoods. The survey includes questions related to residents’ experiences with any changes to your neighborhood over the past three to five years, including amenities and businesses, affordability, physical environment, and social dynamics. Survey development to-date has included a survey and cognitive interviews completed by NNIP experts across the US. Between now and our meeting in Milwaukee, we will complete additional cognitive interviews with neighborhood residents in different types of neighborhoods in Philadelphia. We plan to share an update on our survey and work together to plan a national project with interested NNIP partners to collect survey data in multiple cities across the US and link the findings to census-based measures of gentrification and information about health.FCC mapping says my neighborhood has blazing fast internet, so why is my internet slow and my Netflix so pixelated? Who else is trying to gather more accurate & granular data on broadband coverge and adoption rates?We're about to undertake a comprehensive housing policy & investment strategy, and before getting started we're working on developing a big ol' list of data we'll need to understand the existing landscape. The study will address affordable & market-rate needs, evictions & foreclosures, etc. Would love to share what we're looking at and hear what other cities are collecting.Explore a draft community data capacity framework, discuss what data capacities are important in your city.
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AuthorOlivia ArenaOlivia Arena NNIP HQNNIP HQNNIPHQNNIP HQ Mark Abraham Rob PitingoloNNIP HQJana Hirsch/Yvonne MichaelAaron SchillAaron SchillMiriam ZukJake Cowan
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LeaderNeeds a leaderNeeds a leaderJake Cowan/Scott WhitehairBrett Theodos/Leah HendeyNeeds a leaderI'd like to leadNeeds a leaderI'd like to leadI'd like to leadI'd like to leadI'd like to lead
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Would you like to attend?
(Please write a yes in the boxes below to show support, volunteer to lead, or add suggestions with your initials!)
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USC Price YesYesYesYesYesYesHeck yesYesA lot of Partners are working on evictions! UNCCUI, DataWorks NC, Furman. This could be a really fruitful brainstorm - OliviaYes
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YesI could lead this if no one else wants to! - OliviaYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
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YesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes—DataHaven added community wellbeing survey questions on "hard" & "soft" evictions and foreclosures for the 2018 survey (CS)
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Yes - I could lead this if no one else wants to - Allison PlyerYesYesI'd be happy to lead this if there is interest - AllisonYesYes
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YesYesYesYes - Furman's showcase talk will be on some of the difficulties we're dealing with using Housing Court data to try and map displacement from evictions. We would love to carry on the conversation.
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