Data and Drafts: Food Access

Data and Drafts: Food Access

What do we know about food access in Indianapolis? How do the maps and the math add up?

Last November, SAVI used recent, local data to improve on food access measures, and found that an estimated 200,000 Indianapolis residents live in low-income neighborhoods with low food access.

Dig into the reasons and solutions with Polis Center analysts during Data and Drafts on Thursday, December 5th, 6 p.m., at Central Library.

Light snacks and beer from Sun King Brewery will be available.

Event is free to attend. 21+ only. RSVPs are requested.

Paid parking is available in the Central Library Garage, which can be accessed via Pennsylvania St.

The program will be held in the Riley Room, located on the main floor of the Library. 


This program is presented in Partnership by: WFYI Public Media, The Indianapolis Public Library, and The Polis Center.