This issue of The IRE Journal focuses on equality investigations. It features stories about moving beyond anecdotal coverage of inequality, how to report inequality ethically (with consideration of implicit bias), investigating racial inequality by digging deeper and not obsessing over intent, racial disparity of bike tickets in Tampa, analysis of socioeconomic disparity in San Francisco school funding, exposing inequities of female student housing in Yemen, and investing time getting to know your sources (especially if they're detained transgender immigrants). This issue also includes a story about how to use data to investigate rising sea levels, an analysis of Houston police overtime scam, and tools to stop multi-tasking.
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