Decennial Census Resources

Check out WHY SHOULD YOU FILL OUT YOUR CENSUS?, an animated PSA video about the upcoming Census deadline, created by Reavis Page Jump LLP and  Engel Entertainment.

Talking Points: CONGRESS: It’s Up to You! #SaveOurCensus: Setting the record straight on extending the 2020 Census deadlines (September 2020)

Announce and Transmit: A Century of Congressional Apportionment

Check out the American Planning Association’s YouTube playlist, Census 2020: How Planners Are Making Everyone Count and see how planners across the country are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic with innovative ways to ensure everyone is counted  in Census 2020. 

Count All Kids Messaging and Outreach Kit

2020 Census Response Rate Map Preview

Get Out the Count Toolkit

U.S. Census Bureau Releases New 2020 Census Public Service Announcements

Spotlight Commentary: A Fair Census Supports Shared Economic Opportunity

U.S. Census Bureau Kicks Off National Recruitment Campaign: Join the 2020 Census Team!

Explore My Congressional District Data Tool (U.S. Census Bureau)

National Conference of State Legislatures’ 2020 Census Resources and Legislation page

Making Kids Count in the Big Count: Census 2020,” a briefing by the Population Association of America on Oct. 30, 2017.

On April 29, 2016, the Census Project Co-Director Mary Jo Hoeksema spoke at a symposium sponsored by McGill University in Montreal, Canada, “Celebrating the Census: Why Counting Matters for Canada’s Future.” The symposium was held in recognition of Canada reinstating its mandatory census long form.

The U.S. Census Bureau is sponsoring a regular series of free training workshops on the uses of its data. Information about the webinars and workshops can be obtained on the Census Bureau’s website.

The Census Bureau’s American Community Survey: Ten Years of Delivering Data for Smart Decision-Making, a May 27, 2015, briefing on Capitol Hill.

Census Bureau Invites Public Comments on Proposal to Remove Marriage and Field of Degree Questions on the ACS, an update from the Population Association of America.

Prisoners of the Census, a project of the Prison Policy Initiative, has ongoing updates on states’ efforts to change how prisoners are counted.

Minnesotans for the American Community Survey (MACS)

The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights: Census Issues

NALEO Educational Fund Census Campaign

Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC Census Program

Center for American Progress, “Meeting the Challenges of the 2020 Census,” March 3, 2015