Learn about the importance of the 2020 Census. See a list of events, in your community below, join the conversation online using #CountMeIn, and pledge to be counted.


Thursday, February 13th at 12PM ET – Webinar: The Census and the Disability Community – Get Ready to be Counted!

The Arc and the National Disability Rights Network will host a webinar to discuss the 2020 Census and how it relates to the disability community. The webinar will begin with a 2020 Census overview along with a summary of why it matters to people with disabilities. The webinar will also share resources and materials for a successful GOTC effort. Register here.

Thursday, February 13th at 2PM ET – Webinar: Where are Children Most at Risk of Being Missed in the Census in Your Community?

The Partnership for America’s Children and Count All Kids will host a webinar to help census advocates target their efforts for counting all children in the 2020 Census by identifying neighborhoods with highest risk of young children being missed. Because young children are often left off the census forms when adults fill them out, census outreach efforts need to have specific strategies for counting children under age 5. Register here.

Tuesday, February 18 at 12 PM ET – Webinar: Census Disinformation

This webinar will give an overview of how to spot, report, and respond to census disinformation. The conversation will be grounded in an actual piece of census disinformation. RSVP here.

Thursday, February 27 at 4PM ET – Webinar on Questionnaire Assistance Centers and Libraries 

This webinar will focus on how libraries will play a crucial role as Questionnaire Assistance Centers during 2020 Census operations and the self-response phase. RSVP here.