The Racial Equity Plan (REP) is a strategic framework to support the City in understanding and addressing racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic disparities across Dallas. In collaboration with community, the Plan will guide city departments and offices to enhance current plans, policies, and initiatives with measurable goals.
Designed to measure disparities across five thematic areas:Economic Opportunity, Education, Neighborhoods and Infrastructure, Justice and Government, and Public Health.
The City of Dallas was the first city to display the Undesign the Redline exhibit in its city hall lobby in 2020. The Undesign the Redline Exhibit explored the history of redlining, segregation, and the current implications.
The Equity Indicators Report (Ei) guides the City’s understanding of root causes and historical inequities. The Equity Division organized both internally and externally to tackle disparities highlighted in the report.