Source: Palm Beach Post Florida derives one-third of its budget from census-based federal funding. If we don’t get counted, we don’t count. Now that National Census Day, April 1, has passed, it is still vital for every person to be counted. >>>Related content: Editorial: Too many Floridians went uncounted in the 2010 census. We can’t
Original Source: Click Orlando Article All in-person census taking halted amid coronavirus outbreak The fight to flatten the curve of the coronavirus is having an impact on the 2020 U.S. census count. A U.S. Census Bureau spokesperson confirms, because of COVID-19 and social distancing measures, the Bureau had to temporarily stop all in person interactions
Source: Sun Sentinel PDF: Sunsentinel_online_Be counted in the 2020 Census. Fill out online form from home Opinion_4_5_20 Over the weekend, The South Florida Sun-Sentinel published the Census op-ed. Attached is the .pdf clip and here is the online link: http://www.sun-sentinel.com/opinion/commentary/fl-op-com-reyes-jean-etienne-urban-league-broward-2020-census-20200403-smahibyrvffy7dpqu7ct26nwh4-story.html
Facebook is conducting a webinar this week on how to best leverage their tools due to COVID-19 and the increase in digital communications. Details Date: April 1, 2020 Time: 3:00 - 4:00 PM EST You can register in advance for this meeting through the following link: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/vpQkf-mvpzsoK30vFMPs3tVycvAB4z4sdA After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing
El Sentinel: March 23rd, Es tiempo de llenar el Censo y el coronavirus recuerda por qué todos deben participar
Source: El Seninel El Sentinel (The Orlando Spanish Newspaper) has published the article that Jennifer Marcial interviewed Susan on March 23. Original Article: https://www.orlandosentinel.com/elsentinel/os-es-tiempo-hacerte-contar-censo-2020-20200327-335p5vkhcfdxhjq25dydhgdyue-story.html Media Outlet: El Sentinel, also known as El Sentinel de Orlando, is a weekly Spanish-language newspaper published in Orlando, Florida by Tribune Publishing. It is a sister paper to the Orlando Sentinel
EZCF – 93.1 (Broward) – Emmanuela Jean-Etienne, Community Relations Coordinator for the Urban League of Broward County Interview
Check out our most recent media interview that aired on Sunday morning, March 15th on Easy 93.1 FM. The interview was done by Emmanuela Jean-Etienne, Community Relations Coordinator for the Urban League of Broward County. Link to Audio
Source: Spectrum News The Government Accountability Office reports the Census Bureau is at risk of not being ready for the 2020 count. the U.S. Census Bureau is behind in recruiting workers and establishing partnerships with civic groups, and it is at risk of missing some informational technology testing goals. We talk readiness with key leaders in
WFEZ Easy 93.1 (South Florida) On-Air Host/Community Affairs Host, Ellen Jaffe, interviewed Susan Racher on the Florida Counts Census 2020 efforts and grants awarded. The radio interview broadcast on the morning of 2/9.
PHILANTHROPIC COMMUNITY UNITES TO RAISE FUNDS, MOBILIZE AND EDUCATE FOR AN ACCURATE CENSUS FOR FLORIDA
By Susan Racher, Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation and Florida Counts Census Once each decade, the U.S. Census Bureau attempts to count every person in the United States which is quite the undertaking. The next enumeration is set to begin on April 1st and will be the first
Political Hispanic: “Florida seeks to avoid failures in the 2020 census with help from community groups”
Source: PoliticalHispanic.com An initiative by several Florida organizations aims to raise $2 million to create an “accurate” census in this state, which lost approximately $20 billion in federal funding due to failures in the last national census count. So far, the “Florida Counts Census 2020” initiative, promoted by organizations such as the Wallace H.