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Resources + Representation = REAL VOICE & POWER
Census 2020: 10 Minutes, 10 Questions, 3 Ways to Respond: 1. Online, 2. Over the Phone, 3. Mailed Paper Form.
Census 2020: $800 Billion in Federal Funding Supports: Voting Access, Income Security, Healthcare, Food Security, Headstart. Each person who goes uncounted costs Louisiana $2,291.

Resources The Census determines how and where billions of dollars of federal money is spent. Each person who goes uncounted costs Louisiana $2,291. As a poor state, Louisiana desperately needs every dollar we can get. 

Those billions are used to build schools, repair roads, and provide healthcare. They help the least fortunate in our communities feed their families and get their children an education. Businesses use Census data to decide where to expand their operations, leading to more local job opportunities. 

Representation Census data is used to redraw local, state, and federal political maps every 10 years. If your community is undercounted you will lose out on the opportunity to make your voice heard and build power in Louisiana.

Real Voice & Power  With a full count, we will have the money and the political strength we need to change the systems that have been harming our communities for generations.

Pledge to be counted by participating in our #poweredbypowercoalition Census social media campaign – “I pledge to get counted in the 2020 Census because”:

  1. Print our “Pledge to get counted in the 2020 Census because
  2. Write your personal reason
  3. Upload a photo or short video holding the sign using our hashtag #Beinthatnumber and #poweredbypowercoalition

 

March 12-20, 2020
All U.S. residents are invited to respond
to the 2020 Census questionnaire.

March 23, 2020
Beginning on March 23, the head of each family will be able to complete the 2020 Census online. 

April 1, 2020: Census Day
The Census Bureau begins to follow-up with non-responders in areas around colleges and universities

May 2020
The Census Bureau begins to follow-up with households that did not self-respond to the questionnaire.

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Mailing Address:
Via U.S. Postal Service (USPS):
U.S. Census Bureau
4600 Silver Hill Road
Washington, DC 20233

Via private carriers
(FedEx, DHL, UPS, couriers and suppliers):
U.S. Census Bureau
4600 Silver Hill Road
Suitland, MD 20746

Hard to Count Interactive Map

Our response rate map highlights the areas least likely to respond to the 2020 Census, and where community leadership is needed to encourage a full count of residents. As we build out our field program, learning how others respond in real-time will heavily influence how we target our community engagement. In addition, parents often don’t recognize that the youngest members of a household should also be counted; therefore, children under five are also highlighted on the map. Folks can target populations by specific zip codes, neighborhoods, and even view public schools, libraries, day/care head-start facilities, NORD facilities, churches, and Neighborhood Associations within their perspective area. In March, other parishes will be included on the interactive map as well.