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Hack Oregon Civic Lab - Empowering Neighborhood Equity with Qualitative Data with Special guest: Joy Alise Davis

Falcon Building
321 NW Glisan Ave
Portland, OR 97209, US (map)

Hack Oregon Civic Lab is located on the 4th Floor. Someone will be in the lobby to let you in and up the elevator, if no one is there when you arrive, please text Megan at (828)335-3996.



Addressing the complex spatial issues associated with cultural, racial, and ethnic inequality, Joy's work with Design + Culture Lab helps cities across the country design neighborhoods that work for everyone. Joy's work focuses on the intersection between identity and place, using comprehensive and collaborative methods to capture qualitative data to empower community members to participate in the positive transformation of their material environment.

We'll talk about what this means in the context of Portland neighborhoods, and how more infrastructure around shared information can build stronger relationships with at-risk communities and improve the quality of urban life.

Joy Alise Davis is Founding Partner and CEO of Design + Culture Lab.

Hack Oregon's Civic Lab is made up of Oregon's brightest coders, creatives, government leaders, and community members working together to discover the invisible stories of our civic life.

We're hosting three months of curated workshops, build sessions, and guest speakers all leading toward one goal: a radically new open data portal for the City of Portland. Built by the people, for the people.

Register for Civic Lab and it's sessions here: https://www.civiclabpdx.com