Census 2020: What Worked, What Didn't, and Looking Ahead

When: 
Thursday, January 14, 2021
10:30am to 12:00pm EST
Where: 
Online
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Many people and organizations in the Washington, DC region undertook efforts to ensure that we had a fair and accurate Census 2020 count. We believe that a complete and accurate 2020 Census is critical for advancing racial and economic equity in our region.

Join us to share lessons on both successes and challenges, discuss what worked and what didn't, learn how the Census efforts and infrastructure could help strengthen civic engagement and advance equity, and develop initial recommendations for local, state and national partners to lay the groundwork for a successful 2030 census.

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Speaker:
Ron Brown
Field Representative, Census Bureau

Mr. Brown will present the Census data for the region and analysis, overall lessons, and future plans.

Panel:
Jordan Baucum Colbert
Prince George's County Planning Department's Public Affairs & Marketing Specialist - 2020 Census Outreach Coordinator

Monica Beyrouti Nuñez
Government Relations Supervisor
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments

Melissa Bird 
Executive Director
District Census 2020, DC Office of Planning

Sari Raskin
Vice President of Grants and Community Leadership
Community Foundation for Northern Virginia

Moderator:
Ruth LaToison Ifill 
Interim President and CEO
Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers

 

Hosted by:

Bainum Family Foundation, Consumer Health Foundation, Meyer Foundation, and the Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers

We would like to thank the Planning Committee which includes:

CASA, Community Foundation for Northern Virginia, National Korean American Service and Education Consortium, Prince George's Child Resource Center,  and United Planning Organization 

 

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