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Cleveland is one of many cities impacted by corona-virus. Census results determine funding for resources needed during a pandemic such as community organizations, pandemic relief and unemployment benefits. Make sure your community is represented by completing the 2020 Census online by clicking HERE , via phone at 844-330-2020 or by mail. Click your councilman’s name […]

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Cleveland is one of many cities impacted by corona-virus. Census results determine funding for resources needed during a pandemic such as community organizations, pandemic relief and unemployment benefits. Make sure your community is represented by completing the 2020 Census online by clicking HERE , via phone at 844-330-2020 or by mail. Click your councilman’s name […]

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Image: Job seekers waiting for unemployment benefits in Buffalo, NY. AP Photo/David Duprey Disturbing news from the U.S. Census Bureau, which has just released a report on income, poverty, and health insurance coverage for 2011. According to the report, 27.6 percent of black Americans, or 10.9 million, live in poverty, where poverty is defined as […]

Brown, in an interview with WBBT in Richmond, admitted he hadn’t done his own census yet, saying, “I was unaware of it in the beginning too, I was like, ‘I’m not too sure what the census is.'” Chris has nothing to worry about — there are no questions like, “Have you been convicted of a […]

President Obama wants YOU to fill out your census forms!

From the Washington Post: The District has continued to lose African American residents, according to new census estimates released Thursday, while the number of whites and every other census-tracked minority has risen.

Yay! It’s census time- that means funding to necessary neighborhoods and representation for negroes! Wait… some thing isn’t quit right about that.

From the NY Daily News: The census form for 2010 features a word more often heard in 1966: Negro.

From NationalJournal.com: Even when Republican Tom Davis first won the Virginia congressional district centered on affluent Fairfax County during the GOP’s 1994 landslide, the area wasn’t a lily-white, Leave It to Beaver suburb.