Racial Equity Dashboard

We’re expanding the scope of our Racial Equity Dashboard to continue to support nonprofits, advocates, and policy makers in the Cape Fear Region, aligning with existing programs and helping to identify new interventions.

This week, we are highlighting disparities in the education and public health sectors. 
  • The new Education tab focuses on the relationship between race and access to technology.
  • Based on feedback from our local healthcare partners, we added infant mortality, a key metric in the NC Healthy 2030 initiative, to the Public Health tab.
The Racial Equity Dashboard is only step one as we drive toward a future of equity and opportunity in our region. No data point exists in a vacuum, but with each one, we explore the wider system. For this to truly reflect our community and be a collaborative effort, we need your insights. After you explore the dashboard, tells us what you think at
Click Here to Explore the Dashboard

The economic impact of COVID-19 will be felt for years to come, but according to the regional Cape Fear Talent survey employers are still hiring. Over 55 percent of employers surveyed since mid-March indicated their businesses would grow over the next three years adding between 9,600 and 17,500 new jobs to our region. 

Cape Fear Collective is pleased to partner with the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce for a presentation by Mike Hogan, economic development analyst with RTI International, on the findings of the Cape Fear Talent survey.

Join us virtually on September 1 to hear about the skills, education, and training employers need from our regional talent pool.

Register here
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