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1301, 2020

DemLabs Collection of Census Apps for Census Engagement & Outreach

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This digest of useful apps for Census outreach was compiled by DemLabs, a project of the Tides Advocacy Fund: Good apps like hand tools. They are multi-purpose. They meet different needs - [...]

1301, 2020

Webinar and Policy Brief on Hispanic Origin and Race Question in Census 2020 from NALEO

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To capture an accurate portrait of the Latino population, Census data must reflect the ongoing evolution of Americans’ racial and ethnic identity. The Census Bureau has known for decades that [...]

1301, 2020

News: CUNY Graduate Center Updates Popular “Census 2020 Hard to Count Map”

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December 2019 updates for the Census 2020 Hard to Count map Happy holidays! Here are the latest updates to the HTC 2020 map to help you plan your Get Out the Count campaigns: Advanced [...]

1301, 2020

Texas Counts Mentioned in CBS Austin Article About Fear of Undercount in Texas

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Texas Counts effort is mentioned in the article,"Some fear Texans could be undercounted in 2020 census" by Bettie Cross on the CBS Austin website: Excerpt: Every 10 years, the [...]

2111, 2019

In The News: Texas isn’t providing major support for the 2020 Census. Local officials and nonprofits say they will instead.

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This article originally appeared on KSAT.com: In lieu of state support to ensure accurate census numbers, advocates and local government officials from across Texas announced Wednesday morning their own plans to [...]

2011, 2019

In The News: ‘Texas Counts’ campaign helps with 2020 census outreach, where state has not

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This article originally appeared in the Austin American Stateman: By Mary Huber In the absence of any state effort to ensure people are counted in the upcoming 2020 census, more [...]

2011, 2019

Featured Article: “New Report Says $1.5 Trillion in Federal Funding to States and Localities Annually Depends Upon Good Census Count” from The Census Project

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This originally appeared on The Census Project: As if the stakes for the 2020 Census were not already high, a new report released today shows that more than $1.5 trillion dollars a [...]

811, 2019

Featured Article: “Counting Young Kids in the South for the 2020 Census” from The Census Project

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This article originally appeared on The Census Project: Young children had a higher net undercount in the 2010 Census than other age groups — 4.6 percent, a rate that has [...]

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