Jan. 29, Workshop on Segregation with Urban Studies Programs alum Jerome Knapp

“An Interactive Visualization of Segregation in Milwaukee”
UWM Digital Humanities Lab, 3-5 p.m.
Golda Meir Library
Segregation and its socio-economic impact on an entire city can be presented in a manner that invites broader discussion and action by making it easier for citizens to understand this very complex issue.  One method of presentation is through an interactive application driven by real-world data that allows users to visualize how key segregation indicators impact and are impacted by other, standard economic and social indicators.  The application will allow users to manipulate indicators through an online interface and generate useful reports based on their interaction.