These figures of states ranked by percent of people with disabilities living in hard-to-count (HTC) census tracts was produced by the National Disability Rights Network and Georgetown Law’s Center on Poverty and Inequality using data from the U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey 5-year Estimates (2013-2017).
Why the Census Matters for People with Disabilities: A Guide to the 2020 Census Operations & Challenges
The Census Bureau has identified people with disabilities as a hard-to-count population, which means they are at a greater risk of being undercounted in the census. The 2020 Census will impact everyone, including people with disabilities, and it is important for everyone to know what resources are available and what funding resources will be impacted if the 2020 Census is not fair and accurate. This report coauthored by the National Disability Rights Network and Georgetown Center on Poverty and Inequality examines why people with disabilities are hard-to-count, the accessibility of the census and what is at stake for the next 10 years.
The objective of this resource guide is to educate our Urban League movement about the 2020 Census process and provide important tools and resources to facilitate outreach to the communities we serve.
During this webinar, Urban Institute researchers will share findings from their newly released interactive report that highlights the potential miscounts nationally, by state, and for different demographic groups according to low, medium, and high-risk scenarios for the 2020 Census.
This module provides an overview of email engagement and how to develop an email messaging strategy that bolsters your organization’s public narrative on the census.
In this module, you’ll learn about various social media platforms and how to build a message strategy and craft content for each one.
Below you’ll find videos series on how to use Social Media, Email, SMS, Digital Ads, and Search Engine Optimization to support your GOTC outreach.