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Interactive site that maps and graphs economic and social data for over 200 countries. Pulled from the World Bank’s development data, the site’s over 175 indicators can be compared, exported and refined.
A website featuring a broad range of primary sources focusing on the lives of everyday Londoners. Manuscripts and datasets offering information on crime, poverty, illness and other social conditions are housed on this useful site.
This resource uses information from primary source newspapers and Manhattan District Attorney files to paint a picture of life for common African-American citizens living in Harlem. Topics include family, racism, and issues surrounding marginalized societies.
The Human Development Project’s site makes use of a scale that measures America’s ”well-being.” Scroll over a state to see data on earnings, education, life expectancy, and other demographic and socioeconomic indicators. Also includes political information, from congressional districts to voter participation.