2020 U.S. CENSUS
With the Trump administration's aggressive implementation of immigration policies, a chance exists that minority communities will fear participating in the pivotal 2020 census. The accuracy of this census is vital to creating a true snapshot of the American population, and will be instrumental in future redistricting efforts. It's imperative that the Hispanic community is accurately represented in this important demographical accounting.
Advocating for an Accurate Count
- Hispanic business leaders say companies need to catch up to Houston’s demographics or miss out
- Houston’s $6 Billion Census Problem: Frightened Immigrants
- Cámara Hispana de Comercio une esfuerzos con Houston para promover la participación en el censo de 2020
- True impact of immigrant, Hispanic community relies on accurate 2020 census
U.S. Census Contact Information
- U.S. Census website
- Call Center: 301-763-INFO (4636) or 800-923-8282 or ask.census.gov
2020 U.S. Census White Paper
For the 2020 census, widespread concern exists among leaders across the country that an accurate count
will be difficult to achieve. Demographers, experts and leaders predict that simply including this question will depress response rates in immigrant households and, in particular, across the Hispanic community.
Read more about the 2020 U.S. Census and learn why and how this is could affect Houston.
NALEO Educational Fund
Ensuring an Accurate Count of Harris County’s Very Young Children in Census 2020
NALEO Census Roundtable
Ensuring an Accurate Count of Texas Latino Population in the 2020 Census