President Trump released a memo on July 21, 2020, saying that undocumented communities will not count for dividing up Congressional representation between the states. The Presidential memo is unconstitutional and is being challenged by legal advocacy groups.
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.
Los líderes de fe se encuentran entre los mensajeros más confiables en nuestras comunidades y están posicionados para jugar un papel clave para asegurar que todos sean contados en el Censo 2020. Este kit de herramientas está diseñado para equipar a los líderes de fe como usted, con recursos, mensajes y pasos de acción para ayudarle a asegurarse de que cada adulto y niño en su comunidad sea contado, independientemente de su raza, tradición de fe, estatus migratorio o económico.
As the fastest-growing population, the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) communities are rising up. But, our visibility and representation depends on ALL of us getting counted in the 2020 Census!
As one of the fastest-growing populations, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (NHPI) communities are growing in political power. But, our visibility and representation depends on ALL of us getting counted in the 2020 Census. It only happens once every 10 years, so make sure you and your community get counted!
This timeline from Asian Americans Advancing Justice is a community education material that highlights key dates for the census through the end of 2020.
Download the 2020 Census Our Count Toolkit to learn more on how you can play a part in ensuring Black 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.
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.
The Leadership Conference, State Voices, and Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA), along with other national hub partners have pulled together this guidance for census outreach in the field, the Dos and Don’ts of community outreach and door-to-door canvassing, along with other resources.
This section discusses the assistance provided by the Census Bureau, and also includes information on language assistance resources and hotlines from Census Counts.
This is a collaboration among the National Council for Asian Pacific Americans (NCAPA), Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA), Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF), Empowering Pacific Islander Communities (EPIC), and Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC and includes tips and content for talking about the census with your friends, family, neighbors, and communities during Lunar New Year gatherings.
Asian Americans Advancing Justice is leading the Count Us In 2020 campaign focused on Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities. This is a comprehensive toolkit on community engagement and communication tips for 2020 GOTC efforts. This was last updated December 2019.
ReadyNation's state-specific census toolkits are designed to help business owners and operators contribute to a strong count. The toolkits are short to provide easy access to census materials for people focused on the daily operation of their business.
The holidays are just around the corner, and it's a great time to talk about the Census! Whether your family is completely new to the Census or they're worried about the citizenship question, the toolkit "Dinner Table Tips for the Holidays" will give you the answers you need to get your folks counted.
The 2020 Census is right around the corner. In order to ensure everyone is counted in 2020, stakeholders will be creating get out the count (GOTC) plans for their communities. This section of the get out the count toolkit will go over all you need to know to get counted in 2020.
Stakeholders play a critical role in ensuring a fair and accurate count in 2020. The Census Counts Coalition has pulled together a comprehensive toolkit to support Get Out the Count efforts. See more about the background and purpose of the toolkit here.
Faith in Public Life's Census Sabbath Kit includes resources for how to bring the 2020 Census into worship to help raise awareness about the importance of being counted. The kit includes a sermon guide, a litany, and relevant scripture from the Hebrew Bible, the New Testament, and the Quran.
Faith in Public Life's 2020 Census Faith Toolkit is designed for faith leaders to learn about the Census and the critical role they have in encouraging their communities to be counted. The toolkit includes talking points, worship materials, FAQs, and ways to engage the faith communities.
GCPI and the American Library Association created a resource guide for librarians to use in supporting a fair and accurate count in the 2020 Census. Ensuring an accurate count of everyone in the 2020 Census is crucial for the appropriate distribution of federal funding and for reapportionment. Libraries can play an important role by answering questions about the census, providing access to internet-connected computers, helping to fight misinformation, and more.
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.