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Campus Introduction to Community of Interest Mapping - Shared screen with speaker view
Carah Ong Whaley
41:37
Sorry if I missed this yesterday, is the database of all the COIs that have been submitted to hearings and as testimony?
Alison (she/her) Binghamton University
54:34
So this tool is really about drawing/defining your COI not so much to draw a district map correct?
Kate Donovan - RDH
55:21
correct Alison. If you want to compare mapping tools, especially ones that can do district mapping, I will humbly suggest https://redistrictingdatahub.org/tools/choose-your-own-mapping-tool/
Alison (she/her) Binghamton University
55:57
Thanks, Kate!
Carah Ong Whaley
55:57
^^^ following on this question, how do we use this to then find ways in which we get to the progressive outcomes we want to see in the process
Kai Tsurumaki (he/him) - Representable
57:46
Great question Carah, the maps that our users create can be submitted to legislators and redistricting boards which are required in most states to take those into consideration, therefore helping to keep COIs together and decrease gerrymandering
Brandon Jessup (He, Him), State Voices
59:56
im sorry for mispronouncing your name Carah!
Samantha Frenkel-Popell
01:16:02
Thank you!
Kai Tsurumaki (he/him) - Representable
01:16:26
Feel free to send a email to team@representable.org if you have any questions outstanding!
Carah Ong Whaley
01:18:02
Are there community grants for historically marginalized communities to get resources to do COIs?
Carah Ong Whaley
01:19:02
Thank you, Eddy!
Madeline Doane
01:19:26
Thank you!