As we reflect on this anniversary of Census Day, we’re reminded that we ALL deserve to be counted fairly and accurately.
On December 21, the Funders’ Committee for Civic Participation (FCCP) and the Census Equity Initiative (CEI) submitted comments in response to the Federal Register Notice on the Population Estimates Challenge Program.
The 2030 Census may seem in the distant future, but by 2024, the U.S.
The next census may seem in the distant future, but the Census Bureau is already inviting the public to share their input and ideas for an improved 2030 Census
through a Federal Register
In June, President Biden signed Executive Order 14075, which required the co-chairs of the Interagency Working Group on Equitable Data to establish a subcommittee focused specifically on sexual orientation, gender identity, and variations in sex characteristics (SOGISC) data.
On July 19, 2022 census philanthropy leaders sent a letter
to the Director of the US Census Bureau on the need to expand the Population Estimates program.
Two years ago –in the face of incredible odds –the Census Bureau, along with all of us and our dedicated practitioner partners, set out to count every person residing in this country.
On March 4, the Funders’ Committee for Civic Participation (FCCP) joined 160 funders, practitioners, and census advocates on a letter
to the Office of Management and Budget related to federal data collection on race and ethnicity.
Today marks one year from the 2020 Census reference date.
For Immediate Release
Contact: Jocelyn Bissonnette, Director, Funders Census Initiative firstname.lastname@example.org
On August 5, 506 philanthropic leaders, representing nearly every state across the country, issued a letter to the US Department of Commerce with a clear message: Don’t cut the census short.
April 1, 2020
Today is 2020 Census Day! The Census Bureau’s massive outreach operation is in full swing, self-responses are coming in (and being reported) daily, and despite the impact of COVID-19 on in-person outreach, organizations in every state are working hard to Get-Out-the-Count.
On April 1, the Funders’ Committee for Civic Participation (FCCP) joined 29 national, regional, state, and community-based philanthropic institutions on an amicus brief
to the United States Supreme Court in Department of Commerce v.
Dear Census Funder Community:
Today is the one-year mark from the 2020 Census reference date, April 1, 2020.
Unprecedented: More than 300 U.S. philanthropic leaders call for removal of citizenship question from 2020 census
National, state and local philanthropies across 38 states and District of Columbia join in unanimous opposition; more than 30 philanthropy-serving organizations also speak out
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Thirty-five philanthropic institutions signed a letter of public comment urging the Census Bureau to count incarcerated persons at their home residence in the 2020 Census, instead of at the prison facility in which they are housed on Census Day.