DuBois, W.E.B.. “Occupations of Negroes and Whites in Georgia” Tableu. https://www.tableau.com/about/blog/2019/2/how-web-du-bois-used-data-visualization-confront-prejudice-early-20th-century
This reading list is designed to explore the relationship between statistics and social justice issues. You may find this useful if you are a statistics instructor interested in integrating social justice issues into your curriculum; if you are a statistics student who would like to learn more about the history and use of statistics from a social justice perspective; if you use quantitative methods and want to understand more about their evolution; or if you’re just interested in these issues and want to learn more. The list is divided among three primary topics:
In addition, resources for educators are provided, including data sources for use in statistics classes as well as articles discussing the pedagogy of statistics education and example lesson plans and suggestions.