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FOR CHILDREN, FAMILIES, AND EDUCATORS

New Blog: Babies Are Counting on an Accurate Census

March 6th, 2020|Census2020, Children, Children and Families|

Inaccurate counts of infants and toddlers could have immense ramifications for infants, toddlers, and families. Be sure to head to ZERO TO THREE’s Census webpage for more information about the Decennial Census and to find outreach materials [...]

Featured Resource Hub: Brooklyn Public Library’s 2020 Census Plan

February 14th, 2020|Children Families Education, General Census, New Yorkers, Outreach Materials, Resources|

The Library's Plan New York's public libraries are critical partners in the 2020 Census efforts, receiving more than $1.4 million in City dollars to connect with key at-risk demographics. Along with our partners, Brooklyn Public [...]

PSAs and Outreach Materials

February 9th, 2020|Census Bureau, Children Families Education, Communications, Diversity Counts, How-To, New Yorkers, Outreach Materials, Partner Resources|

The U.S. Census Bureau maintains and updates downloadable posters, public service announcements (PSAs), and other outreach materials. These resources are in a variety of languages and cover subjects ranging from faith communities to businesses, from [...]

2020 Census Resource Hub for Libraries

February 7th, 2020|Census 101, Children Families Education, Education, New Yorkers, Partner Resources|

2020 Census Resource Hub for Libraries, from New York State Library and New York State Education Department. Libraries can play an important role by creating awareness of the Census and by providing internet access for [...]

Census postcards for kids in Spanish, Armenian, Korean, Vietnamese, Cantonese and Mandarin Chinese

February 7th, 2020|Children, Children Families Education, Communications, Diversity Counts, Families, Hard To Count, New Yorkers, Partner Resources|

Download and share these bilingual informational postcards for families and caretakers of young children. The call to action to count every infant, toddler and child is in English on one side, and on the other [...]

How State Agencies Can Make Sure Kids Are Counted

February 7th, 2020|Children, Children Families Education, Education, Families, New Yorkers, Partner Resources|

How can we make sure that young children are accurately counted in the 2020 Census? One answer is rooted in the work of a small and effective state agency in upstate New York, which is [...]

Does your state waive income limits for temporary census workers?

February 7th, 2020|Children Families Education, Diversity Counts, Families, Hard To Count, Justice Equality Civil Rights, New Yorkers|

People are most likely to answer the door for people from within their community. However, members of hard to count communities are often ineligible to work even temporarily as census enumerators without losing their public [...]

Fact Sheet: Undercount of Young Children (Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights)

February 7th, 2020|Children, Children Families Education, Diversity Counts, Families, Hard To Count, Justice Equality Civil Rights, Partner Resources|

Fact Sheet: Undercount of Young Children (Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights) Young children are undercounted in the census at a higher rate than any other age group. Young children – defined as children [...]

Multilingual Resources from the US Census Bureau

February 7th, 2020|Census Bureau, Children Families Education, Diversity Counts, Partner Resources|

The U.S. Census Bureau provides translated web pages and guides in 59 non-English languages, including American Sign Language, as well as guides in braille and large print. View the complete list here.  

Webinar: Engaging K-12 Students and Teachers

February 6th, 2020|Children, Children Families Education, Diversity Counts, Education, Families, New Yorkers|

This webinar from Asian Americans Advancing Justice focuses on how students from K-12, teachers, and organizations can help ensure that young children and students are counted in the 2020 Census. Speakers: Lizette Escobedo serves as [...]

American Indians and Alaska Natives in the 2020 Census

February 6th, 2020|Children, Children Families Education, Diversity Counts, Justice Equality Civil Rights|

The following resources for American Indians and Alaska Natives in the 2020 Census are from The Leadership Conference Education Fund and Georgetown Law’s Center on Poverty and Inequality. When Native and tribal communities are undercounted, [...]

The ¡Hazme Contar! Campaign from NALEO

February 6th, 2020|Children, Children Families Education, Communications, Diversity Counts, Families, Justice Equality Civil Rights, Partner Resources|

The ¡Hazme Contar! Campaign is a sub-campaign of NALEO Educational Fund’s national ¡Hágase Contar! Census 2020 Campaign with a specific focus on ensuring the full count of young Latino children across the country. The ¡Hazme [...]

National Federation of Filipino American Associations Census Video

February 6th, 2020|Children, Children Families Education, Communications, Diversity Counts, Families, Justice Equality Civil Rights, Outreach Materials, Partner Resources|

View and share this Kabilang Ka, Pabilang Ka census campaign video on who should be counted and why it’s important to be counted in the 2020 Census.

AAPI Data and Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy Mapping Tool

February 6th, 2020|Children Families Education, Communications, Diversity Counts, Hard To Count, Justice Equality Civil Rights, Outreach Materials|

AAPI Data and Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy released a mapping tool to help journalists, decision-makers, and community organizations better understand the diversity and geographic settlement patterns of AAPIs. This tool (see AAPIP website and https://aapidata.com/censusmaps/) provides detailed census-tract level maps for [...]