The mapping prejudice team discussing a map in the map library

Meet our collaborators

Mapping Prejudice is fortunate to work with amazing collaborators across the country. Learn more about their work below.

Just Deeds

The Just Deeds Project is taking action now to help homeowners and cities by providing free legal and title services, along with access to online tools and volunteer opportunities.

Mapping Racism and Resistance in Milwaukee

Mapping Racism and Resistance represents the first effort to comprehensively document and map all racial covenants in Milwaukee County. 

Prologue DC

Prologue DC’s Mapping Segregation project is a resource for historians, activists, educators, students, and journalists, and provides essential context for conversations around race and gentrification in DC.

NAACP Rochester Branch

The Rochester chapter of the NAACP is leading a covenant mapping project in Olmsted County

Welcoming the Dear Neighbor?

We are committed to working together to make the invisible visible and to close the racial disparity gaps in housing in Minnesota.

Minnesota Transform

Minnesota Transform builds transformative justice through public humanities at the University of Minnesota, in the Twin Cities, and across the state of Minnesota.

National Covenants Research Coalition

This group of researchers and community members is working to document this history of exclusion and reckon with its legacy today.

The Heritage Studies and Public History Program, UMN

HSPH trains future generations of scholars and practitioners of historical inquiry to serve the public good through innovative and entrepreneurial historical interpretation, located in the College of Design at the University of Minnesota.

Institute for Advanced Study

The Institute for Advanced Study at the University of Minnesota is building interdisciplinary networks, incubating ideas, and advancing critical conversations that serve the common good.



U-Spatial is a nationally recognized model that advances the fast-growing need for expertise in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), remote sensing, and spatial computing across the University of Minnesota.