Justice Divided

Justice Divided uses public data to demonstrate how youth of color in Chicago are disproportionately punished by the juvenile justice system for the same behaviors seen in other youth. Through graphic representations and heat maps, Justice Divided aggregated juvenile arrest data by district. The data is also available as individual spreadsheets.

Justice Divided was created by DataMade in partnership with the Illinois Justice Project, Adler University, and Project NIA, with funding from the Polk Bros. Foundation.