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.
Empowering Pacific Islander Communities (EPIC) is very excited to share their newest Census PSA featuring the Executive Director of the NHPI Alliance, Kawen Toega Segaula Young.
These posters were created by the National Education Association intended for classrooms around the country.
Be sure to count all the kids living in your home, even if they're not related to you or are only living with you temporarily. That means all grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, foster children, and the kids of any friends or housemates living with you most of the time.
This video from The Arc of the United States is focused on providing facts to people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) on the 2020 Census including what the census is, how to complete it, and why it is important for people with disabilities
In past censuses, millions of children, people of color, low-income people and immigrants have gone uncounted -- perpetuating systemic racism, undermining political representation, and underfunding resources we all use, everything from hospitals to roads to schools for the next 10 years. That is why Faith in Public Life put together a one minute video to explain the importance and encourage people to participate: check it out and share!