The City of Dallas Office of Equity works to shape a city government and Dallas where everyone thrives. The Office of Equity works internally and externally to:
Provide professional development and education;
Analyze policy and procedures; and
Build robust community collaborations.
Equity means that each person has the resources and services necessary to thrive in each person’s own unique identities, circumstances and histories.
Equity also means reducing disparities while improving outcomes for all.
Racial Equity occurs when race cannot be used to predict outcomes.
Equity differs from equality in that it accounts for people’s unique identities, circumstances and histories as well as different experiences with systems and institutions.
The Dallas Equity Indicators project is a collaboration of the City of Dallas, the City University of New York’s Institute for State and Local Governance, and the Center for Public Policy Priorities. It is a tool to help Dallas measure disparities and advance equity in our community. The indicators are designed to measure disparities in outcomes across five thematic areas: Economic Opportunity, Education, Neighborhoods and Infrastructure, Justice and Government, and Public Health. The findings can be used by residents, businesses, educators, nonprofit leaders, public health and local government administrators, and elected officials to focus public policy efforts on improving outcomes for all residents.
2019 Dallas Equity Indicators Report
Download 2019 Dallas Equity Indicators Report