Census 2020

//Census 2020
Census 2020 2020-01-15T00:52:10+00:00

APIs are the fastest growing demographic in the United States and have been historically undercounted. A Constitutional right, the Census is a key exercise of democracy as it shapes our districts, funds programs, and provides a platform for us to be represented. With so much at stake in 2020, APANO is 1 of the 13 organizations leading the #WeCountOregon campaign for the 2020 Census.

The #WeCountOregon campaign is a statewide effort to ensure that every Oregonian, including people of color, children under 5, renters, immigrants, people with limited English proficiency, and multiple family homes are counted. APANO is focused on engaging and activating our Asian and Pacific Islander communities and coalition partners through education and outreach by hosting Census 101 training through July 2020. APANO will be hiring a 12 person field team in February 2020 to contact 10,000 Oregonians by knocking on doors, phone banking and text banking. Our communities need to be informed on what is at stake.

Upcoming trainings TBD.

 

Host a training for your community, staff, or at an event. 

Contact [email protected] for more information.

Census sample: English | Spanish

Census Fact Sheet pdf

Hard To Count Communities Map 

Title 13 Briefer

 

APANO is proud to be a collaborator on the #WeCountOregon campaign!

Follow WeCountOregon on Facebook to learn more about how the Census affects you and your community.

Census Assistance Centers will be available throughout Oregon to assist folks with completing their census.

Call 800-354-7271 to complete the census over the phone. 

Full list of centers coming soon.

 

Orchards of 82nd

8188 SE Division Ave

Portland, Oregon 97206

Dates open and language interpretation TBD.

 

WA County 

Location, dates open and language interpretation TBD.

 

Interested in volunteering in a CAC or providing language interpretation?

Contact [email protected]