The U.S. Census Bureau invites all 2020 Census partners, influencers, community leaders and trusted voices to join us for a Digital Weekend of Action this weekend, May 1-3.
Statement by former Census Bureau directors supporting the Census Bureau’s decision to extend the start of field operations to June 1, 2020.
March 18, 2020 2020 Census field operations will be suspended for two weeks until April 1, 2020. Beginning today, in support of guidance on what we can all do to help slow the spread of coronavirus, 2020 Census field operations will be suspended for two weeks until April 1, 2020. The Census Bureau is taking this step to help protect the health and safety of the American public, Census Bureau employees, and everyone going through the hiring process for temporary census taker positions.
Government Publication, Issue Brief
This webinar will share findings from new opinion research about using total population versus citizens of voting age when drawing district lines – and how to talk about this technical, yet important issue for communities and our democracy.
Webinar: Philanthropy & the 2020 Census: What a Fair and Accurate Count Means for Ending Homelessness
Join the webinar to explore where current Census operations are and why philanthropy investing in housing and homelessness programs should care about the count.
How Can I Get My Papers: Lessons from a Decade of Online Legal Intakes for Undocumented Immigrants.
This one-pager is a great refresher for some and general overview for others on counting young children in the 2020 Census.
The Berkeley Interdisciplinary Migration Initiative (BIMI) would like to invite you to attend the launch of two policy reports and an interactive mapping website on Friday morning, October 11 on the UC Berkeley campus. This symposium brings together service providers, policy makers and other stakeholders to learn about immigrant integration resources in the Bay Area.
Following the CIII retreat, the legal services learning lab hosted a learning lab for funders for an important conversation on the move to end detention. Participants were moved by our inspirational leaders from across the country who are fighting to end the policy and practice of immigration detention.
Indigenous migrants have been neglected and made invisible by prevailing attitudes and practices in the U.S., including philanthropy. Grantmakers can do something about it.