The Census Counts campaign launched Stories for Change, an expanding and downloadable series of videos, quote graphics, and infographics, featuring whose lived experiences show the deep connections between census participation and a wide spectrum of advocacy, including racial justice, immigration, disability, labor, and faith.
When it comes to the race & ethnicity question on any form, Arab Americans are often confused about how best to capture their identity. We have created a factsheet to easily explain how to answer one of the toughest questions.
This social media toolkit provides a roadmap for individuals and organizations to help make sure everyone knows what the Census is, why it matters for Arab Americans, and how we all can make sure we, our families and our communities are counted fairly and accurately in 2020.
This factsheet is your go-to guide on all things 2020 Census. From how to answer the race and ethnicity question, to where to fill out your census form, this factsheet covers it all + the back is the same information translated into Arabic!
Download the 2020 Census Arab American Toolkit to learn more on how you can play a part in ensuring Arab Americans around the country know what the Census is, why it matters, and how we all can make sure we, our families and our communities are counted fairly and accurately in 2020.
Brochures targeted towards several different service providers, including SNAP, housing, legal, and medical offices. The brochures explain why the Census is important and highlights different statistics related to undercounts and social service funding streams.