Artbound

Artbound

Start watching
Fine Cut

Fine Cut

Start watching
SoCal Wanderer

SoCal Wanderer

Start watching
a large damn with graffiti of a woman with a hammer on it, mountains in the background

Earth Focus Presents

Start watching
Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali

Start watching
Southland Sessions

Southland Sessions

Start watching
Professor T

Professor T (Belgium)

Start watching
Emma

Emma

Start watching
Guilt

Guilt

Start watching
Line of Separation Key Art.

Line of Separation

Start watching
Us

Us

Start watching
The Latino Experience

The Latino Experience

Start watching
Key Art of "Summer of Rockets" featuring Keeley Hawes and Toby Stephens.

Summer of Rockets

Start watching
Death in Paradise Series 10

Death in Paradise

Start watching
millionaire still

KCET Must See Movies

Start watching
Independent Lens

Independent Lens

Start watching
Tending Nature
New Special Airing Nov. 14

Tending Nature

Start watching
Earth Focus

Earth Focus

Start watching
City Rising

City Rising

Start watching
Lost LA

Lost LA

Start watching
Member
Your donation supports our high-quality, inspiring and commercial-free programming.
Support Icon
Discover all the ways you can make a difference.
Support Icon
The Leadership, Advancement, Membership and Special Events teams are here to help.

Neighborhood Data for Social Change

The Neighborhood Data for Social Change (NDSC) platform is a project of the USC Price Center for Social Innovation. NDSC is a free, publicly available online data resource that provides reliable, aggregated data at the city, neighborhood, and census tract level. NDSC pairs raw data across approximately 150 indicators with narrative-based explanations and visualization tools such as data analysis and digital mapping, enabling stakeholders to make data- informed decisions to improve the quality of life for Los Angeles County residents. NDSC will publish an ongoing series of data stories that incorporate maps, data visualizations, photos, and rich narrative to highlight trends, opportunities, and challenges facing communities in the L.A. region.
Explore the Los Angeles platform
Support Provided By
Latest
South Central Los Angeles
Article

Black and Brown Residents Face Uphill Battle for Homeownership in This L.A. Neighborhood

Examining how the historic area is becoming gentrified via homebuying trends over the last decade and how an organization is promoting wealth building and homeownership for longtime residents of color.
Young girl using an asthma inhaler
Article

The Most Pressing Environmental Health Conditions for Latinx Communities in Southeast L.A.

A look at Latino majority neighborhoods in Southeast Los Angeles and how environmental quality and neighborhood access impact community health.
stock image of a police car at an angle
Article

Scorecard Finds Police Discrimination Prevails in Northeast L.A. and Beyond

Recent data shows historically excluded populations, such as Black and Latino communities, have been and continue to be disproportionately targeted by the criminal justice system.
A yellow eviction notice on a brown door.
Article

Communities of Color Struggle with Rent Burden Amid the Pandemic

As unemployment rates rose during the pandemic, communities of color in Los Angeles struggled to pay rent and utilities.
Heavy traffic during rush hour on Interstate 10 near downtown Los Angeles California during late afternoon.
Article

Addressing Long Commute Times Along the Slauson Corridor

By using the appropriate resources, investments and policies to address commuting patterns, the Slauson Corridor has the capacity to reduce congestion and air pollution, while improving the daily lives and health outcomes of its residents.
A boy receives a laptop.
Article

Limited Internet Access Continues Driving Pandemic Digital Divide for Students and Families

The shift brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic towards working and learning remotely has put a huge strain on digital infrastructure, especially in already underserved neighborhoods.
A man reads in a library to a group of people. | iStock
Article

The Power of Poetry in Florence

Investing in arts and culture is increasingly being recognized as a catalyzing force for community development.
A sign at a business reads "Closed due to coronavirus." | iStock
Article

Small Business Lending Inequities During COVID-19

The pandemic's negative impact on Black communities in L.A. goes beyond higher rates of infection and death. Recent research shows that Black businesses have fared far worse than others when it comes to lending and aid.
Active loading indicator