How can your state/community better organize around the American Community Survey (ACS)?

“In 2020, Minnesota was able to retain a Congressional seat by the narrowest of margins (by only 26 people!). This victory was built on six years of stakeholder engagement and strategic organizing,” explains Joan Naymark, leader of Minnesotans for the ACS and 2030 Census (MACS) and a member of The Census Project Advisory Committee.

With the recent release of “ACS: America’s Data at Risk,” more communities are looking for ways to get involved and organized to support the ACS – an essential way to help support their own communities.

University of California, Riverside is hosting a webinar on March 30 at 1pm Eastern to explore that Minnesota case, as well as “early and promising efforts to organize the business community in Florida, the Asian American community in Nevada, and Native American and AAPI communities across the country.”

Register for the webinar.