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Webinar: Complete Count Committees for the 2020 Census

Join us on December 18, 2018. Register.

Does your state and community have Complete Count Committees that are funded and that have counting young children as a formal priority?

To help advocates develop their 2019 Complete Count Committee proposals, the Partnership for America’s Children and the Count All Kids Campaign are offering a webinar with Ronald E. Brown, Census Bureau Partnership Coordinator for the Philadelphia Region, and advocates from two states.

This webinar will cover what Complete Count Committees do, who can form them, who should be on them, and when they should act.

This webinar is open to all Census advocates. Please feel free to invite your state colleagues.

Click here to register today!

Planners at work in Maryland. Source: Census Bureau.

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