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2020 Counts

A Government, History and News podcast
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By now, it's clear that every person in our country must be counted every ten years in a census, for the purpose of representation and allocation of federal funds. The reach of the census is much wider and deeper than we thought. With something
Historically, the Census has had a substantial undercount for minority groups, reducing funding and representation for millions. Thousands of organizations and advocates across the country have spent several years planning thoughtful and engagi
The origins of racism in our country can be traced back to the beginning of the U.S. Census. For centuries, its racial categories established a construct for how we define race. Fortunately, with the advent of the civil rights movement in the 1
As our country gets more divided, there's one thing that can unite us: The Census. The U.S. Census is powerful. Data collected from the census determines the number of representatives in the House for each state and directs the allocation of al
2020 Counts will change how you think of the census. Some of our guests include, https://www.mazjobrani.com/ (Maz Jobrani), actor, comedian and Iranian-American advocate https://annenberg.usc.edu/faculty/communication/colin-maclay (Colin MacLa
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