Meeting Archive:
Census 2020: Planning Your Get Out the Count Work

Meeting Description:
You know what's at stake for Census 2020: the community you serve is at risk of being undercounted and losing federal funding for public housing, Head Start, Medicaid and Medicare, and more. You know that there is funding available to get involved in Census work. But to apply for funding and ensure a fair and accurate count you need a plan - and that's where this webinar comes in.
Anita Banerji, director of the Democracy Initiative at Forefront, will walk us through the types of activities nonprofits can participate in and how to plan for Census 2020 work. Whether you want to be involved in educating your community about the Census and it's impacts, advocate for culturally competent practices as part of a complete count committee, or engage directly with the people you serve around filling out the census questionnaire (mostly digital in 2020!!), this webinar will help you develop a strong plan that you can use to raise money to support this critical work.
Date: Thu, Feb 21, 2019
Time: 02:00 PM EST
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Caitlin Donnelly
 Presenter Information
Anita Banerji
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Anita leads Forefront's Democracy Initiative, Census 2020 outreach, and civic engagement work. Having worked on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. and the Illinois State Government, Anita has a penchant for policy; she enjoys working in advocacy and her nonprofit experience has provided her the opportunity to focus on social policy issues over the last decade. She also sits on the Associate Board of the Indo-American Center, a nonprofit organization that provides assistance to recent immigrants in the Chicagoland area.

Beth Huang
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Beth Huang is the Director of the Massachusetts Voter Table, a statewide coalition of grassroots organizations that uses integrated voter engagement to expand civic access, participation, and representation of communities of color. She convenes grassroots organizations to prepare for the 2020 Census by educating community members, developing trusted leaders, and coordinating field programs.