Community Power

Community Power includes metrics related to leadership and voice across sectors for residents of all races, ethnicities, and backgrounds.

Why is this important?

Residents benefit from having a voice and being heard. This power may come from activities such as engaging in the political process, having community leaders who have similar lived experiences as their community members, and engaging and collaborating in other civic areas that impact the daily lives of community members.

Explore the Community Power subsections below:

Civic Engagement Representation

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The Equity Metrics Dashboard is a product of the Silicon Valley Institute for Regional Studies, in collaboration with Equity Forward – A Partnership for an Equitable Future.