DataHaven will be closed June 20, 2022 in observance of Juneteenth, in commemoration of the delayed liberation of enslaved Black people on June 19, 1865, more than two years after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed.

Equity is central to our mission, and DataHaven is committed to ensuring access to information on the impact of the legacy of racist policies that continue to affect the health and well-being of Black residents in neighborhoods and towns across Connecticut.

During this holiday, and beyond, consider donating to Bridgeport Generation Now, Black Lives Matter New Haven, The Black Infinity Collective, Hearing Youth Voices in New London, and many other organizations committed to advancing equity for Black residents in Connecticut; shopping and dining at Black-owned establishments; and continuing to learn more about the legacy of racism in America, and the role of data to amplify Black voices (we recommend W.E.B. Dubois’ Visualizing Black America, Ida B. Wells’ The Red Record, and the national organization Data for Black Lives).