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Census Counts Impact Local Affordable Housing Options

By Aaron Allen The Seattle Medium With homelessness on the rise, access to affordable housing is a major issue for advocates and policymakers in many U.S....

Q&A: The Census And Incarcerated Individuals

By Rachel Friederich WA. St. Dept. Of Corrections Where are incarcerated individuals being counted? Per federal statute, the Census Bureau is counting incarcerated individuals at the...

Questions About Race, Ethnicity And Foreign Ancestry And The 2020 Census

Frequently Asked Questions On Census 2020 By Khalil Abdullah Special to the Trice Edney News Wire from Ethnic Media Services (Trice Edney Wire) - Everyone in the...

Why We Must Be Counted In The 2020 Census

By The Washington State House Of Representatives Black Members Caucus The 2020 census is taking place now. The census provides data that will shape critical...

Podcast: The Census And Housing

Rhythm and News interview with Michelle Merriweather, President/CEO of the Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle, about the impact that the census has on access...

Podcast: The Census Is Here

Community Potpourri interview with Michelle Merriweather, President/CEO of the Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle, and Sakara Remmu, project manager for the Demand to be...

Census Bureau Delays Decennial Count

By Stacy M. Brown NNPA Senior Correspondent The U.S. Census Bureau announced that it would delay its decennial count by at least two weeks because of...

Urgent Phase Of Census Begins With Arrival Of Information By Mail Beginning March 12th

By Marc H. Morial (Trice Edney Wire) - “The money that pays for hospitals, that pays for affordable housing…If our people are not counted, they...

Tacoma Urban League On A Mission To Make Black Count In The 2020 Census

By Principe Guity Seattle Medium Intern The U.S. census plays a part in making decisions that will impact our neighborhoods, streets, and communities. Every ten years,...

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