The importance of the Census The League of Women Voters of the Rochester Metropolitan Area, Fight Village, and Faith Community Alliance of Greater Rochester will present “Everybody Counts! Let’s Count Everybody!” an information program on Census 2020, on Monday, May 20.
Susan M. Perry, partnership specialist at the US Census Bureau, and Brigit Hurley, policy and advocacy director for the Children’s Agenda, will address questions these: What will the collected data be used for? How will it be collected? Why is this census so important to families? The event will be held at Fight Village Community Center, 186 Ward Street, at 7 p.m. Registration: 262-3730.
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