Thank you for your interest in the 10th Annual Racial Attitudes in Pulaski County Conference. The conference was held Thursday, March 28, 2013.
UALR has conducted racial attitude surveys since 2003 designed and implemented by the UALR Institute of Government. These surveys have covered a variety of issues including local government, perspectives on community, education, health and health care, economic wealth, housing and financial well-being, crime values, social conflict and trust. The results of these surveys are shared with the Arkansas community in a special conference in March of each year.
In 2013, the university granted access to all the data collected in the ten years of the survey. In addition to the survey reports, statistical data sets accompanied by codebooks, and the data tables are all available online for easier access to scholars, researchers, and community stakeholders. Access the data at on the Racial Attitudes Surveys and Data page.
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Celebrating 10 Years of Research Toward Racial and Ethnic Justice.