2021 Tulsa Equality Score: 39.2 out of 100

Measuring progress towards greater equality in the City of Tulsa

Tulsa Equality Indicators was initiated in 2017 by the City of Tulsa and Community Service Council as a tool to measure and track disparities among subgroups of Tulsans over time. Four years of quantitative data are now available to inform our city and community leaders about inequalities in opportunities and outcomes, and to guide public policy and innovative solutions that will lead to greater equity for all Tulsans.

Six Themes of Equality

These six themes serve as the foundation for the Tulsa Equality Indicators tool. Each of the six themes is divided into three topics consisting of three indicators—54 indicators in total. View the scores for each indicator >


Full Reports

Now Available!

Equality Indicators Data for Action Learning Series

In 2021, the City of Tulsa and the Community Service Council launched the Equality Indicators Data for Action Learning Series, a set of community engagement sessions, newsletters and blog posts developed to encourage more in-depth community conversations around the data, share current efforts to address disparities in Tulsa, and equip Tulsa residents to use the report as an advocacy tool.

Event Recordings, Newsletters & Blog Series

NEW! Data for Action Local Resource Guide

This year, the Data for Action Resource Guide serves as an accompaniment to the Tulsa Equality Indicators report highlighting the many programs, services and policies that are taking place in Tulsa to address disparities found in the Equality Indicators data.

NEW! Tulsa Regional Profiles

Infographics depicting demographic and socioeconomic characteristics of the five regions of the Tulsa area used in the Tulsa Equality Indicators report: North Tulsa, West Tulsa, South Tulsa, East Tulsa and Midtown Tulsa. 

Since the City of Tulsa released its first Equality Indicators report in 2018, the report has become a tool that Tulsans from every sector and part of the City use to advocate for change, focus resources, and drive decision making. This report is a consistent example of our city’s commitment to use data to inform our policies, practices and programs.

– Mayor GT Bynum, Tulsa Equality Indicators 2021 Annual Report