The Consumer Health Foundation and Meyer Foundation have partnered with the Urban Institute to produce an equity report on Montgomery County – using census and other data to examine racialized inequities along a number of key indicators (e.g., housing, employment, income, assets and education) and to imagine what it would look like to achieve equity.

One of the key elements of CHF and Meyer’s racial equity approach is the grounding of our work in history so that we better understand how social policies led us to where we are today. The other is disaggregating data by race and place to identify groups and places where an intervention is most likely to create the biggest impact. We encourage you to browse the history and data pages and to use this information in your advocacy efforts.