Cleveland: 47.2%

 

Cuyahoga: 63.2%

 

Ohio: 66.8%

 

National: 62.4% 

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Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies at Tri-C

Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies at Tri-C

Students in the Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies program at Cuyahoga Community College are hosting a Common Ground conversation on July 26th at 1pm EST about student activism and the census. 'Count Me In: Student Activism and the Census' is a conversation open to students, facilitated by students, to discuss ways you can get involved. 

OPAWL

OPAWL

Ohio Progressive Asian Women's Leadership is promoting the 2020 census through their {in}Visible campaign, which features individuals from undercounted populations and discusses important topics of heritage, gender and identity. This week OPAWL also issued a statement addressing the President's  unconstitutional memorandum to exclude the number of undocumented immigrants from being counted toward congressional apportionment from the 2020 Census.

CPL

CPL

As part of their monthly census discussion series, Cleveland Public Library staff members met with Councilman Blaine Griffin to learn more about which services Cleveland could lose if undercounted in the 2020 Census.

Greater Cleveland Census Coalition

Greater Cleveland Census Coalition

Local organizations are invited to submit a proposal for funding to enhance their 2020 census outreach. Micro-grants ranging from $1,000- $5,000 will be awarded to groups conducting outreach activities in neighborhoods with low self-response rates based on data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Click here for more information on submitting a proposal.

Esperanza Inc.

Esperanza Inc.

As members of the Hispanic Youth Leadership Program at Esperanza Inc., student athletes from Lincoln West High School's baseball team share some information about the 2020 Census and how it will impact local communities. Additionally, another member of Esperanza's HYLP created a short video about how important it is to complete the census. 

NEOCH

NEOCH

As we try to get a complete count on the 2020 Census, people experiencing homeless are considered hard-to-count. Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless is working hard to connect Cleveland's homeless population to the Census enumerators, and spread the word about how these people should be included in census data. 

Famicos Foundation

Famicos Foundation

Famicos Foundation is accepting submissions from young designers, age 8-14, for a cool logo to promote  the 2020 Census in the Glenville, St. Clair-Superior and Hough Communities.  Youth participants who submit a design will receive a gift card and a social media shout out. Our grand prize winner will be announced on Friday, July 31st and will receive a $50 Visa Gift Card. Deadline to submit is 2pm Monday, July 27th. 

Smart Development Inc.

Smart Development Inc.

In partnership with the Arab American Institute, Cleveland non-profit Smart Development Inc. raised excitement and awareness about the 2020 Census with a full week of action with the hashtag #yallacountmein. This action week included two days of phonebanking, a census challenge at two local mosques and daily grocery store canvassing at immigrant owned grocery stores across the city, where individuals were invited to complete their census before, after, or during the shopping trip. 

LCSC

LCSC

In order to inform citizens while maintaining a safe distance, Lakweood Community Services Center had multiple large bulliten boards installed in prominent areas, such as downtown Lakewood, local parks, city hall, and the library.

ECPL

ECPL

As libraries begin to reopen and reach out to patrons, the East Cleveland Public Library posted a Facebook Live video of staff members discussing the census. Residents with questions about completing the census are encouraged to contact their local branch, where librarians are trained on how to help people understand and complete their questionnaire. 

HBC

HBC

As many local restaurants are experiencing an increase in takeout orders, the Hispanic Business Center saw an opportunity to promote the census. In partnership with restaurant owners, magnets were made with phone numbers to local restaurants along with information on how to complete the census

CMSD

CMSD

Cleveland Metropolitan School District received many submissions to its #CMSDCounts census video contest, which encouraged students in the school district to create a video encouraging their friends and family to complete the census. View all the winners below: 


PreK-5 Winners

PreK  -  Dawud from Artemus Ward

1st Grade - Yahir from Denison

2nd Grade - David from Clark

2nd Grade - Lena from Riverside


Middle School Winners

5th and 7th grade - Quincy and Zaria from Campus International

6th Grade - Robert from Halle

7th Grade - Colin from Riverside

7th Grade - Maeve from Campus International


High School Winners

9th Grade - A'zannae from New Tech West

9th Grade - Hannah from Cleveland Early College

12th Grade - Tyler from Cleveland School of Science and Medicine

12th Grade - Hector from John Marshall

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