As a team, we are committed to providing data and services that help you make better sense of your world. We consistently strive to bring new and coherent insights into current issues to help you understand and follow events in your community and beyond.
Social Explorer recently teamed up with The New York Times to bring you just that with our Black Lives Matter Protests dataset. This dataset allows you to follow the growth of the protests across the United States, view areas where protests occurred, and view race by ethnicity in various geographies for deeper insights. There is also the option of viewing the data through protest waves, the first from May 29th to June 3rd, and the second wave occurring from June 4th to 9th.
As the issue continues to draw the attention of millions of Americans, Social Explorer will continue to provide data that shed light on demographics, politics, policy, crime, law enforcement issues, and more.
Find the BLM Protests data in our 2020 category.
Explore the data through the 2020 category in the change data menu or go to this link.
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