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Census Bureau To Deliver 2020 Census Questionnaires In Puget Sound​

The U.S. Census Bureau, in coordination with federal, state and local health officials, recently began dropping off 2020 Census questionnaire packets at...

2020 Census: Counting Critical Workers Is Essential To Our Recovery Efforts

By Ebony Miranda Chair, Black Lives Matter of Seattle/King County May 1 is International Day of the Worker. In the U.S., workers hit hardest by COVID-19...

Census Must Move Forward During COVID-19 Pandemic

By Lauren Victoria Burke NNPA Contributor This year, the Census Bureau is making preparations to complete the huge task of counting everyone in the U.S. The...

Making Sense Of The 2020 Census

By Logan James, Spelman College NAACP We know all lives matter, but are all lives being counted? In 1909, the inception of the National Association...

Durkan, Jayapal Urge Residents To Complete Their 2020 Census Form And Help Seattle Access Much-Needed Federal Resources

Seatle Mayor Jenny Durkan, Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal, Council President Lorena González, and Councilmember Teresa Mosqueda are urging Seattle residents to complete their 2020 Census...

Podcast: The Census And Its Impact On Education And Families

Rhythm & News interview with Sakara Remmu, project manager for the Demand to be Counted 2020 Census Project for Washington state, about the 2020...

The Census And Education Funding

The 2020 Census count impacts the federal funds that communities receive each year for programs and services that are critical for schools, students, and...

In 2020 And Beyond, We Demand To Make Black Count

By Michelle Merriweather, President & CEO of the Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle and Ebony Miranda, Board Chair of Black Lives Matter Seattle King...

Census Undercounts Lead To Underfunded Schools

By Aaron Allen The Seattle Medium Did you know that your participation in the 2020 Census could impact your child’s education? The data compiled from the...

2020 Census: The Only Way To Fight Intentional Erasure Is By Intentionally Being Counted

By Livio De La Cruz, Committee Member Demand to be Counted 2020 Census Project Every 10 years the federal government counts everyone living in the United...

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