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Count on Your Census

Asian Americans Advancing Justice created Count On Your Census to promote a robust response to our nation’s Decennial Census. Each census response is a piece of a puzzle that, when completed, creates a picture of who we are as Americans, and how best the country’s resources can be shared. It determines how the federal government funds and responds to the specific needs of your family and neighbors like schools, hospitals, roads, and community centers. Count On Your Census answers your questions and connects you to a growing moment to count us all in 2020. Please visit CountUsIn2020.org for more information.

info_outline The Changing American Portrait 03/16/2021
info_outline Drawing the Power Lines 03/02/2021
info_outline The Lasting Legacy of Census 2020 02/16/2021
info_outline Natural Disasters, Climate Change and the 2020 Census 02/02/2021
info_outline Race, Ethnicity, Politics, and the Census: A Global Perspective 01/19/2021
info_outline Census Evolution: From White Supremacy to Racial Justice 01/05/2021
info_outline Inoculating Against Disinformation 12/22/2020
info_outline Breaking Down Data Disaggregation 12/08/2020
info_outline What’s Voting Got To Do With It? 11/24/2020
info_outline On the Ground: Standing up for the Right to be Counted 11/10/2020
info_outline From Counting to Subtraction: Politicizing Apportionment 10/28/2020
info_outline Our U.S. Census Bureau: Mission Democracy 10/13/2020
info_outline From Marginalization to Mobilization 03/17/2020
info_outline Getting the Word Out: Mobilizing Trusted Messengers 03/17/2020
info_outline Census Communications in a Digital Divide 03/17/2020
info_outline Organizing the Organizers 01/28/2020
info_outline Representation Matters 01/28/2020
info_outline Tackling the Undercount 01/28/2020
info_outline Follow the Money 09/30/2019
info_outline Is the Census Safe? 09/30/2019
info_outline Civil Rights vs. Fake News 09/30/2019