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The NC Counts Coalition has pulled together local and national resources that can be helpful in learning about and planning for the 2020 Census in North Carolina.

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2020 Census Planning

CENSUS 2020 GET-OUT-THE-COUNT REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

NC Counts and Blueprint NC invite organizations committed to ensuring a fair and accurate Census to apply for grants in the range of $7000 - $15,000 for individual organizations. Collaborative proposals for larger amounts will be considered. Funds will support plans in NC communities at risk of being undercounted, also known as hard-to-count (HTC) communities. In the fall of 2019, up to $250,000 will be disbursed. Additional rounds will be announced contingent on funding.

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N.C. Black Census Summit

N.C. Black Census Summit: The Impact of A Different Undercount

North Carolina Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls shares her presentation on the history of the Census and its impact on Black/African-American participation. In this presentation, you will get a look at how the very first Census was conducted and what challenges we face today in efforts to get everyone counted.

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N.C. Black Census Summit

N.C. Black Census Summit: Census Engagement and Hard to Count Communities

Jessica Stanford from Carolina Demography shares her presentation on data around what are "Hard to Count Communities" and how using the HTC interactive map can help in outreach efforts in your community.

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N.C. Black Census Summit: U.S. Census Bureau Update

Bernadette Richards of the U.S. Census Bureau shares her update on Census 2020 efforts. This presentation provides information on Census jobs, important dates and how to respond during Census enumeration.

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2020 Census FAITH TOOLKIT: The Moral Imperative for an Accurate Count

This toolkit is designed to help faith leaders like you ensure that everyone in your community is counted so that your local schools, roads, and hospitals get your fair share of funding. As a faith leader, you are an incredibly trusted messenger who can help educate and mobilize your congregation, your colleagues and your entire community to rise to this challenge.

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The 2020 Census and NC Education Funding

The Decennial Census is the baseline/control for all other federal surveys, population estimates, and projections for the next decade. Getting the number wrong means that all numbers generated for the next ten years will also be wrong. This means that every year for the next decade, North Carolina could have insufficient funding to serve the needs of our state’s population. More than $2.3 billion in annual education and related funding to NC is linked to the decennial census. The largest share of federal funding directly allocated to North Carolina is for K-12 education ($807M) and early childhood ($548M). Another $176 million is allocated for career and technical education and adult education. While not directly allocated to the state, an estimated $850 million in Pell Grants will be used by individuals at NC colleges and universities in FY2019.

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2020 Census Planning

Sample Copy of the 2020 Census Questionnaire

Households will be able to respond to the 2020 Census online, over the phone, or through a paper questionnaire. This is a sample of the paper questionnaire that will be used during the 2020 Census. This version excludes some features that will be made available to households starting in March 2020, such as the URL for online response and the contact information for phone response.

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NC Counts Coalition Fall 2019 Internship

The 2020 Census is less than a year away and preparations for the decennial count are well underway across North Carolina. NC Counts seeks passionate and dedicated college students for an internship opportunity this Fall semester. Interns will learn and refine a range of communication and outreach skills by working with senior and executive staff to manage correspondences across the Coalition and the public at large. Interns will develop outreach strategies for the Census, draft press releases, participate in social media curation, support Coalition programs and support development of newsletter pieces, blogs and multimedia projects. This is an excellent opportunity for students passionate about race equity, social justice and our democracy. Interns will interface with local government, state government and nonprofit organizations.

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Fact Sheets and Toolkits

NALEO's 2020 Census Communications Toolkit

This document provides Hagase Contar! (Make Yourself Count!) partners with the tools and resources they need to promote and prepare for a full and accurate count of Latinos and other hard-to-count communities in Census 2020. The assets featured in this toolkit can be utilized to engage community members, stakeholders, media and digital audiences in the lead up to the decennial count of the nation. Partners are encouraged to tailor the suggested language for their target audiences.

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Fact Sheets and Toolkits

2020 Census Promotional Materials

Partners play an important role in supporting a complete and accurate count in 2020. To ensure our partners have the tools and resources to effectively engage their communities, the Census Bureau provides training and promotional materials about the 2020 Census. Scroll down for the latest.

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New 2020 Census Taglines and Logos Available

The U.S. Census Bureau completed the release of its 2020 Census platform (tagline and logo) for 12 languages in addition to English. The "Shape your future. START HERE." platform is incorporated across Census Bureau outreach and partnership awareness materials and will become more visible as the 2020 Census advertising campaign launches in January 2020. The creative platform will help guide outreach efforts planned by states, local communities and nonprofit organizations.

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Research, Reports, and Articles

Census Bureau Teams Up With Tech Giants to Connect With Millennials and Other Hard-to-Count Populations

New uses of technology are transforming the way the U.S. Census Bureau will attempt to count every person in the United States once, only once, and in the right place. It's a long way from the last decennial census in 2010, when all the questionnaires were on paper and an iPhone 4, early Samsung or HTC cellphone were considered state of the art. Now there is a broad array of social media platforms and chatbot technology, plus millions more homes now have consistent access to the internet.

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Fact Sheets and Toolkits

Counting Young Children in the 2020 Census

An estimated 5 percent of kids under the age of 5 weren't counted in the 2010 Census. That about 1 million young children, the highest of any age group. We need your help closing this gap in the 2020 Census. Hear what our research tells us about why young children are missed and what you can do to help make sure they are counted.

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Fact Sheets and Toolkits

Census Budget Tracker Template

This template will help you organize your Census efforts from a financial perspective.

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Census Campaign Planning Template

Below you find everything you need to begin crafting your census GOTC campaign plan. While this plan may change as your work develops, it's important to have a plan drafted to the best of your ability to share your campaign focus and direction.

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Research, Reports, and Articles

What Census Calls Us: A Historical Timeline

Explore the different race, ethnicity and origin categories used in the U.S. decennial census, from the first one in 1790 to the latest count in 2010. The category names often changed in a reflection of current politics, science and public attitudes. For example, became with Negro and African American added later. The term will be dropped for the 2020 census. Through 1950, census-takers commonly determined the race of the people they counted. From 1960 on, Americans could choose their own race. Starting in 2000, Americans could include themselves in more than one racial category. Before that, many multiracial people were counted in only one racial category.

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Fact Sheets and Toolkits

Assessing Miscounts in the 2020 Census

The decennial census is foundational to our democratic society. Census population counts guide appropriations and federal funding allocations, congressional redistricting, state and local budgets, and data-driven business and research decisions. Yet despite its importance, the 2020 Census faces unprecedented threats to its accuracy. Since 2010, decennial census preparations have faced (1) underfunding leading to scaled-back testing and outreach operations, (2) innovations that promise efficient implementation but remain undertested and underdeveloped, and (3) the last-minute introduction of a citizenship question. For this reason and others, the US Government Accountability Office (GAO) has added the 2020 Census to its high-risk list of government activities in jeopardy in the coming years.

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Funding a Complete Count in 2020: What Community Groups Need

Community-based Organizations must play a big role in getting a full and accurate count for New York in the 2020 Census. This will be the first year in which the Census Bureau asks residents to fill out Census forms online, raising issues about broadband access as well as comfort level with computers. There may be a controversial question added about the citizenship status of immigrants. And, a number of people are feeling hesitant about giving private information to the federal government. More than ever before, trusted community voices will be needed to help build bridges to maximize participation in the Census.

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Research, Reports, and Articles

Everybody Counts: Our Voice, Our Power, Our Census 2020

When you can see "2020" you have perfect vision. 2020 is also the year when the nation can create a more perfect vision for many years to come. Participation in the 2020 Census is one civic activity for communities to secure voice in our democratic processes and access to federal funding. But the fair allocation of political power and resources are not guaranteed.

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Fact Sheets and Toolkits

2020 Census KEY FACTS FOR LIBRARIES

WHAT CAN LIBRARIES DO, AND HOW CAN LIBRARIES PREPARE?

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Race & Origin Questions

Accurate, detailed data on race and origin are necessary to enforce a broad array of civil rights protections, reveal disparate impacts of laws and policies, and ensure programs meet the needs of diverse communities. The 2020 Census will ask a question about Hispanic origin and a separate question about race and national origin. 

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Complete Count Committees

2020 Census Complete Count Committees

The contact information for each CCC is provided by state/local entities or organizations who agreed to share their details publicly.

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Examples of Funder Action to Count All Kids

Early Childhood Funders Collaborative is a collaborative of committed early childhood funders who have been learning together and improving our collective positive impact for children, from birth to 8 years old, for over 20 years.

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Fact Sheets and Toolkits

PROJECT ON GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT STATES FACT SHEET

The 2020 Census is right around the corner. The information it collects will have substantial and lasting impacts on the nation’s governance and economy. In particular, data derived from the decennial census are used by the federal and state governments to guide where public funds are allocated. A lot of funds. Census-derived data are used to annually distribute approximately $900 billion to states, counties, cities, and households.

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Fact Sheets and Toolkits

4th of JULY OUTREACH GUIDE

This toolkit was developed by members of the NC Complete Count Commission, a group appointed by Governor Roy Cooper to increase awareness and understanding of the 2020 Census and encourage the participation of North Carolinians through education and outreach. It provides tips and guidance on how to turn 4th of July celebrations into a 2020 Census promotional opportunity.

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We Count

NC Counts Coalition, Democracy NC, Southern Coalition for Social Justice, N.C. Child, El Pueblo, NALEO Educational Fund and North Carolina Asian Americans Together joined the national “We Count” campaign through a video on the importance of the Census to North Carolina.

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2020 Census Who’s At Risk of Being Miscounted?

The decennial census, which aims to count every US resident each decade, is critical to our democracy. It affects congressional seats and funding decisions at every level of government. But the 2020 Census faces unprecedented challenges and threats to its accuracy. Demographic changes over the past decade will make the population harder to count. 

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Fact Sheets and Toolkits

Why the Census Matters for LGBTQ People

Every 10 years, the federal government attempts to count every person living in the country for the U.S. Census. However, certain populations are inevitably undercounted. Transgender and queer people, LGB people, people of color, immigrants, people who are experiencing homelessness, people living in rural areas, people with low incomes, renters, single-parent households, people with limited English proficiency, and young children are overwhelmingly undercounted in the Census. Meanwhile, white people and homeowners tend to be overcounted.

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Resources

Comment to Voting Precinct Boundary Redraw by SCSJ and Democracy NC

Letter written by Southern Coalition for Social Justice and Democracy NC about the precinct boundary redraw process by the State Board of Elections. 

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Research, Reports, and Articles

Uses of Census Bureau Data in Federal Funds Distribution

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Fact Sheets and Toolkits

Stronger NC 2020 Census Toolkit

In order to have fair representation in our government, we have to have good data. Data determines how our communities have grown or populations have shifted. Every ten years a national census is undertaken, and this data forms the basis for federal funding provided to each state as well as determining how many representatives states and jurisdictions are due in Congress but also in local districts.

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Mapping Tools

North Carolina's Hard To Count Communities

The NC Counts Coalition and Carolina Demography have developed an interactive mapping tool specific to North Carolina to identify the state's hard to count communities. //

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Fact Sheets and Toolkits

The 2020 Census is Important to North Carolina - Fact Sheet

This is a single page fact sheet developed by the NC Counts Coalition on the general importance of the decennial Census to North Carolina.

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“Making NC Count” Statewide Census Convening - January 31, 2019

Gaston County, North Carolina Complete Count Committees

Presented by: Juan Garcia, GIS Data/Transportation Planning Analyst, Gaston County Government

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“Making NC Count” Statewide Census Convening - January 31, 2019

Cities Count: Preparing for the 2020 Census

Presented by: Alex Jones, Manager, Local Democracy Initiative, National League of Cities

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“Making NC Count” Statewide Census Convening - January 31, 2019

Count All Kids - Information Sheet

The Count All Kids Committee is a group of national, state and local children's organizations and allies working to raise awareness of the importance of counting children in the census among policy makers, the public, advocates and allies, and identify opportunities to improve the count of children, especially young children, in 2020.

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Making Kids Count: Young Children and Census 2020 (NC Child)

The net undercount of young children - the difference between the actual census count of children ages 0-4 and Census Bureau population estimates - has steadily worsened over the past 40 years. In the 2010 Decennial Census, children under 5 were missed at a higher rate than any other age group, and an estimated 25,000 young children in North Carolina were not counted.

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“Making NC Count” Statewide Census Convening - January 31, 2019

Counting Young Children in the 2020 Census: Count All Kids

Presented by: Deborah Stein, Network Director, Partnership for America's Children

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“Making NC Count” Statewide Census Convening - January 31, 2019

The Young Child Undercount in North Carolina

Presented by: Whitney Tucker, Research Director, NC Child

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“Making NC Count” Statewide Census Convening - January 31, 2019

Undercount of Young Children in the Census, North Carolina Census Conference

William P. O'Hare, PhD, President, O'Hare Data and Demographic Services, LLC

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“Making NC Count” Statewide Census Convening - January 31, 2019

Census Litigation Update (January 31, 2019)

2020 Census litigation update provided by Laura Wright, Equal Justice Works Fellow, Southern Coalition for Social Justice

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“Making NC Count” Statewide Census Convening - January 31, 2019

Preventing an Undercount in the South in the 2010 Census: Successful Implementation of a Small Grants Outreach Program

A report by the Southern Coalition for Social Justice about the benefits of small grant programs for commiunity organizations for decennial Census outreach.

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“Making NC Count” Statewide Census Convening - January 31, 2019

Stories from 2010: Models of Successful Census Outreach

Presented by: Allison Riggs, Senior Attorney, Southern Coalition for Social Justice

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“Making NC Count” Statewide Census Convening - January 31, 2019

Why is the 2020 Census a priority for LGBTQ people?

Presented by Ames Simmons, Policy Director, Equality NC

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Presentations

The Importance of The Census for Population Estimates

Presented by: Michael Cline, PhD, State Demographer, NC Office of State Budget and Managment, Demogrphic and Economic Analysis Section

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“Making NC Count” Statewide Census Convening - January 31, 2019

Making NC Count : The Impact of the Census to North Carolina

Presented by: Bob Coats, Governor's Census Liaison, North Carolina State Data Center, Office of State Budget and Managment, Demographic and Economic Analysis Section  

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“Making NC Count” Statewide Census Convening - January 31, 2019

Census 2020: Research and Messaging (Color of Change)

Presented by: Jennifer Edwards, Program Director, Color of Change

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“Making NC Count” Statewide Census Convening - January 31, 2019

Census 2020: Research and Messaging (Asian Americans Advancing Justice)

Presented by: Michelle Boykins, Director of Strategic Communications, Asian Americans Advancing Justice

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“Making NC Count” Statewide Census Convening - January 31, 2019

Census 2020: Research and Messaging (NALEO Educational Fund)

Presented by: Juliana Cabrales, Mid-Atlantic Director of Civic Engagement NALEO Educational Fund

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“Making NC Count” Statewide Census Convening - January 31, 2019

Census 2020:Mitigating effects of natural disasters on accurate enumeration

Jenny Hausman | Janna Driskel | Kristen Jensen | Mike PenanskyDuke Sanford School of Public PolicyJanuary 31, 2019

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“Making NC Count” Statewide Census Convening - January 31, 2019

Hard-to-Count Populations

Rebecca Tippett's presenation on North Carolina's hard-to-count communitites Rebecca Tippett, PhD, Director of Carolina Demography, The Carolina Population Center, UNC-Chapel Hill

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Fact Sheets and Toolkits

2020 Census Key Dates

NC Counts Coalition timeline for key 2020 Census dates

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Agenda: “Making N.C. Count” North Carolina Statewide Convening for 2020 Census Preparation

Agenda for “Making N.C. Count” North Carolina Statewide Convening for 2020 Census Preparation held on January 31, 2019. 

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“Making NC Count” Statewide Census Convening - January 31, 2019

Count all Kids Census 2020

The Count All Kids Committee is a group of national, state and local children’s organizations and allies that have joined together to ensure our nation’s children are counted in the 2020 Census. We work to raise awareness among the public, advocates, allies and policymakers, and to identify opportunities to improve the count of children, especially young children, in 2020.

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2020 Census Jobs

Earn extra income while helping your community. The U.S. Census Bureau is recruiting thousands of people across the country to assist with the 2020 Census count.

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Cities Count: Preparing for the 2020 Census (National League of Cities)

The National League of Cities' website for 2020 Census preparations by municipalities.

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Make 2020 Census Count! A Campaign of NALEO Educational Fund

Our future prosperity and well-being depend upon the quality of the information collected by the Census Bureau about our population and infrastructure. Census data guides a wide range of decisions made in the public and private sectors that affect the lives of all Americans.

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“Making NC Count” Statewide Census Convening - January 31, 2019

Municipal Action Guide: Preparing for the 2020 Census

The National League of Cities (NLC) supports the Census Bureau's mission to "serve as the nation’s leading provider of quality data about its people and economy." We also understand the many ways in which Census Bureau data impact a city. This guide has been carefully created to provide local leaders with objective information about and resources for the upcoming census. We hope the contents of this guide inspire and empower you to take an active role in preparing your city for 2020.

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Make NC Count: Census 2020

The State of North Carolina's website for the 2020 Census

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National Conference of State Legislatures: 2020 Census Resources and Legislation

National Conference of State Legislatures - includes links to state legislation setting up complete count committees and funding the census. Also includes resources for planning government led / established complete count committees.

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Fact Sheets and Toolkits

Census-Guided Financial Assistance To Rural America

The George Washington Institute of Public Policy fact sheet on Census-Guided Financial Assistance To Rural America looks at six large U.S. Department of Agriculture rural assistance programs, state-by-state, that distribute more than $25 billion each year to states, localities and households in Rural America. 

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2020 Census Planning

The 2020 Census at a Glance

This fact sheet by the US Census Bureau provides a brief timeline of for the 2020 Census and an overview of the operation. 

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2020 CENSUS PUBLIC COMMENTS TOOLKIT

This toolkit, provided by the Leadership Conference Education Fund, provides information, templates and resources related to the public comment period for submitting comments in opposition to the addition of the citizenship question to the 2020 Census. 

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Research, Reports, and Articles

Natural Disasters and the US Census

This report by Duke University Sanford School of Public Policy students looks at the impact of natural disasters on Census enumeration. The report  attempts to address 2 questions: How do we mitigate the effect of natural disasters on the accuracy of the US Census Bureau, and How do we track discplaced populations after natural disasters to maintain the accuracy of the Census

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COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT THE NEW CITIZENSHIP QUESTION

April 10, 2018 On March 26, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced its decision to include a citizenship question in the 2020 Census. Unfortunately, for the first time since the enactment of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, the questionnaire sent to each household in the country is set to include an untested and unnecessary question about U.S. citizenship. This FAQ and fact sheet provides answers to questions about the addition of the citizenship question to the 2020, and also includes a fact sheet on the importance of the 2020 Census to North Carolina.  The information in this fact sheet has been provided by the Funders’ Committee for Civic Participation and NC Counts. 

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Press Releases

Gov. Cooper Says Counting Military Where They Live Will Help in 2020 Census

This press release from Governor Cooper's office discusses the US Census Bureau's plan to count deployed military at their latest base address. Released on Feb. 8, 2018

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The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights

The 2020 Census is among the most important civil rights issues today. Historically, the census has excluded certain communities at disproportionately high rates, including people of color, urban and rural low-income households, and young children.

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North Carolina Decennial Census Mail-in Participation Rates

North Carolina 2000 and 2010 Census mail-in participation rates by county.

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MAP: Mapping Hard to Count (HTC) Communities for a Fair and Accurate 2020 Census

The City University of New York (CUNY) has created an interactive map that pinpoints Hard to Count (HTC) communities across the country.

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Research, Reports, and Articles

Race and Ethnicity in the 2020 Census: Improving Data to Capture a Multiethnic America

This report by the Leadership Conference Education Fund seeks to identify and document specific civil rights uses of census race and ethnicity data and evaluate the consequences of possible changes in the collection and reporting of those data.

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FY2017 U.S. Census Bureau Appropriations: Why Full Funding Matters

This article by the Census Project discusses technological and systematic changes in how the Census will be operated and the importance of adequate funding to ensure that the Census is well executed.The Census Project, February 2016

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Research, Reports, and Articles

Five Steps for Reducing the High Net Undercount of Young Children in the 2020 Census

Bill O'Hare, PhD, President, O'Hare Data and Demographic Services, LLC, August 2016, This article by Dr. O'Hare provides five steps for addressing the high net undercount of young children in the 2020 U.S. Decennial Census.

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Everyone Counts: How 2020 Census Data Matter to Your Bottom Line

This article by the National Association of Councils discusses the importance of the 2020 Census to counties and how counties can get involved to make sure that their communities have a complete and accurate Census count.

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Counting Everyone in the Digital Age: The Implications of Technology Use in the 2020 Decennial Census for the Count of Disadvantaged Groups

This article by The Leadership Conference Education Fund (The Education Fund) and the Georgetown Center on Poverty and Inequality (GCPI) is about the potential challenges and opportunities associated with information and communications technology in the 2020 Census.

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Research, Reports, and Articles

An Accurate Census Is Essential for a Strong America

A brief by the Council for a Strong America about the importance of an accurate Census and how an accurate Census can affect national security and the economy.

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Press Releases

NC Stands to Lose Billions from Poor 2020 Census According to new Study

This Press Release discusses the importance of adequately funding the Census and the financial significance of a complete and accurate Census for North Carolina.Released on November 9, 2017

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Presentations

LUCA 2020 Census Training

This powerpoint presentation by the US Census Bureau provides guidance on how to update address lists for the LUCA Operation.

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Philanthropy

Philanthropy and the 2020 census: A once-in-a-decade chance to get it right

Publication by Vanita Gupta, August 23, 2017. National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy

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Philanthropy

How​ ​Your​ ​Foundation​ ​Can​ ​Engage​ ​Business​ ​&​ ​Tech​ ​Sectors​ ​for​ ​a​ ​Successful​ ​2020​ ​Census

Rhett Buttle, Public Private Strategies September, 2017

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Research, Reports, and Articles

Mapping Hard to Count (HTC) Communities

A guide on how to use The City University of New York (CUNY) interactive map that pinpoints Hard to Count (HTC) communities across the country.

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Fact Sheets and Toolkits

Will You Count? Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (NHPIs) in the 2020 Census

This fact sheet by The Leadership Conference Education Fund explains the importance of ensuring that Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders are counted in the 2020 Census.

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Counting for Dollars 2020: North Carolina

The George Washington Institute of Public Policy has prepared a report analyzing the use of Census-derived data by 16 large federal programs. This report breaks down how $16,297,657,450 of federal funds are distributed to North Carolina based on census-driven data.

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Fact Sheets and Toolkits

The Census and Civil Rights

This Fact Sheet from The Leadership Conference Education Fund explains the constitutional significance of the Census and how the Census affects vulnerable communities.

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Census Accuracy and the Undercount: Why it matters; How it's measured

This Fact sheet by the Funders Census Initiatives reviews census accuracy and why it matters to funders and their grantees.

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Guides

2020 Census Complete Count Committee Guide

The US Census Bureau's guide on how to plan Complete Count Committees.

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2020 Census Planning

Area Census Office List

A list of Area Census Offices for the 2020 Census

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2020 Census Planning

Area Census Office Memo

November 6, 2017 A memo from the US Census Bureau about the 2020 Census Program decision regarding the number and locations of the area census offices that will be established to manage and support field operations during the 2020 Census

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Resources

Letter in support of Census funding by the North Carolina State Roundtable Census Planning Organization

September 20, 2017, signed by 39 North Carolina organizations

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Research, Reports, and Articles

U.S. Census Bureau Appropriations: Why Full Funding Matters

This article by the Census Project discusses technological and systematic changes in how the Census will be operated and the importance of adequate funding to ensure that the Census is well executed.

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US Department of Commerce

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United Philanthropy Forum

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The Census Project

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US Census Bureau Website for the 2020 Census

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Philanthropy

CENSUS 2020: Why an Accurate Count Matters to Philanthropy

United Philanthropy Forum website about the importance of the 2020 Census to Philanthropy

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Press Releases

Tillis Helps Secure Census Change to County North Carolina Servicemembers

This Press Release discusses North Carolina Senator Thom Tillis' support for counting servicemembers in North Carolina.

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Fact Sheets and Toolkits

Will You Count? Latinos in the 2020 Census

This fact sheet by The Leadership Conference Education Fund explains the challenges to ensuring an accurate count in the Latino community and the importance of making sure that Latinos are counted.

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The​ ​Census:​ ​Vital​ ​to​ ​America’s​ ​Economy​ ​and​ ​Private​ ​Sector

Rhett Buttle, Public Private Strategies

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2020 Census Planning

Key 2020 Census Milestones

This Fact Sheet from the Funder's Census Initative 2020 reflect newly defined operations and the detailed schedule for Census preparations and implementation.

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2020 Census Planning

2020 Census Operational Plan

The US Census Bureau's 2020 Census Operational Plan documents the current design for conducting the 2020 Census.

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