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The Gerrymandering Project
"in a six-part series, FiveThirtyEight travels the country to understand the effects of gerrymandering and what's being done to try to reform the process."
Extreme Maps, Extreme Politics
From The McCourtney Institute for Democracy; An episode of the Democracy Works podcast.
Next Generation Democracy
From The McCourtney Institute for Democracy; an episode of the Democracy Works podcast featuring Kyle Hynes, a junior at State College Area High School and the statewide champion in the youth division of the Draw the Lines PA mapping competition.
The Democracy Group
"A network of podcasts united around the goal of helping listeners understand what’s broken in our democracy, and how people are working together to fix it."
More Background and Context
Redistricting Law 2020
This book includes chapters on 10 major legal topics applicable to redistricting including equal population (Chapter 1) and race (Chapter 2). Published by the National Conference on State Legislatures.
Visualization of Historical Apportionment Data
An interactive Tableau map that enables users to view more than 10 decades of apportionment and population data. Provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
What the District?!
Visualization of how specific districts have changed over time. Provided by the American Civil Liberties Union.
Redistricting & You
The Center for Urban Research (CUR) at The Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY) has created the Redistricting & You online map to help members of the public, journalists, elected officials, and other redistricting stakeholders to understand the local implications of redrawing legislative district lines across the country.