New Fact Sheets from Stakeholders on 2020 Census

The Georgetown Center on Poverty and Inequality (GCPI) and National Women’s Law Center released a fact sheet on “Why the Census Matters for Women & Girls”, highlighting barriers to fairly and accurately counting women and girls in the decennial census and programs that could be impacted by an inaccurate count.

GCPI also released a series of fact sheets on the 2020 Census’ Group Quarters Operation to count people in “group living arrangements.” They focus on military personnel, prisoners, and people living in crisis and interim housing, colleges and universities, and medical facilities.

Finally, GCPI and the National Disability Rights Network recently put out a Frequently Asked Questions brief for disabled people on how the 2020 Census will be accessible.

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