Congressional Black Caucus Launches 2020 Census Task Force

Nicole Rojas
Jul 29, 2019 - 11:49
Congressional Black Caucus Launches 2020 Census Task Force

The Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) has launched a task force focused on the upcoming 2020 Census.   CBC members will discuss what tools are required to effectively reach out to communities throughout the US that are labeled “hard to count.” CBC Chair Congresswoman Karen Bass (D-Calif.) noted in a statement that the upcoming census will be administered digitally, which may skew the count as some Americans might not have access to computers or the Internet.   “The Constitution declares that we must count all persons in this country. The Trump administration has taken coordinated action specifically to discourage and frighten people away from participating in the 2020 census, and now we are fighting back,” Congressman Steven Horsford...

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