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Census 2020: Black California Has a Chance to Rewrite History

By Anthony Thigpenn; Convener, Black Census and Redistricting Hub; President, California Calls Throughout the history of the United States, the Black community’s consistent fight for...

Census Data Critical to SNAP & School Lunch Programs

U.S. Census Bureau, www.ceusus.gov According to the Census Bureau, of the 13.8 million households that receive SNAP, 6.7 million have children under the age of 18 and...

Census Officials Kick Off $250 Million Ad Campaign in Washington

At a news conference at Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., Census officials revealed that they would have more than 1,000 ads that target a...

Frequently Asked Questions About Census 2020

Voice & Viewpoint Newswire Trice Edney Within the African American community, the conversation about the upcoming 2020 census ranges from ‘why bother’ to ‘we’re all in.’...

Three Misconceptions About the Black Vote

By: Lynette Monroe Black people do vote. Let’s stop perpetuating the myth that Black people don’t vote. Besides, emphasizing negative behavior will not yield positive...

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