Coordinates and facilitates Federal and non-Federal activities to commemorate, honor and interpret “…the history of the African American Civil Rights movement; the significance of the civil rights movement as a crucial element in the evolution of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; and the relevance of the African American Civil Rights movement in fostering the spirit of social justice and national reconciliation.“
Data about "key education and civil rights issues" in schools around the country every other year since 1968. Choose a school name, school district, city, street address, or other information to access detailed and specific data on Student Enrollment, Staffing and Finance, and other fields.
Home of the U.S. Government’s open data.
From the Center for Digital Humanities & Social Sciences at Michigan State University.
Companion to Google Scholar, metadata tags will be indexed by Dataset Search and have input from Google’s Knowledge Graph.
See "Race and Ethnicity" in Sources of data by subject
General Social Survey (GSS) on American society, by NORC (formerly the National Opinion Research Center) "an objective non-partisan research institution" at the University of Chicago.
Abstracts and data sets in the largest archive of social science data, the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Science Research, part of the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan.
DataBank, Roster of Black Elected Officials, and National Opinion Polls.
Data visualization of U.S. history, including the NAACP, the American Socialist Party, and the Industrial Workers of the World by the University of Washington
Maps 1935-1940 by Home Owners' Loan Corp. From Digital Scholarship Lab, U. of Richmond
By PROLOGUE DC's team of Washington based historians.
Coordinate preservation and education efforts nationwide and integrate local historical places, museums, and interpretive programs associated with the Underground Railroad.
is a text mining project with the goal of discovering Jim Crow and racially-based legislation signed into law in North Carolina between Reconstruction and the Civil Rights Movement (1866-1967).
Access to the raw data and documentation to analyze variables such as length of voyages, number of slaves, slave deaths en route, etc. [Univ. of Wisconsin]
"...data-driven portrait of the American population..." partners include Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, Penn Wharton Budget Model, and Lynchburg College. (2017)
Collects, analyzes, publishes, and disseminates information on crime, criminal offenders, victims of crime, and the operation of justice systems at all levels of government.
Criminal justice data from a variety of sources.
Wealth and income inequality data developed by an international academic consortium.
Meta-database by Oxford University.
Portal to 24 databases from UN Statistics and Population Divisions, UN specialized agencies (International Labour Organization, Food and Agriculture Organization, World Health Organization), and member states (statistics collected by their national statistical agencies).