2020 Census

The 2020 Census will be critical to ensuring that Southeast Asian American communities across the country are accurately counted so they have access to their fair share of government resources (education, transportation, health care, affordable housing, etc), political representation in Congress, and long-term opportunities for themselves and their families. Because of this, SEARAC is dedicated to working with you and your community to make sure that we are accurately counted. But we need your help!

Sign our pledge form to count yourself in for Census 2020.

The link will take you to a Google form, where you can also indicate your interest in becoming a SEARAC Census Ambassador to help ensure an accurate count from the Southeast Asian American community. Lastly, we have included survey questions to inform our planning and creation of 2020 Census materials.

Latest 2020 Census News

Senator Markey’s Census Translation Statement Quotes SEARAC

This month, Senator Edward J. Markey (D-MA) called upon the U.S. Census Bureau to provide Khmer, Hmong, and Lao translations ...
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/ Census, SEARAC in the News

Supreme Court Decision on 2020 Census Citizenship Question Announced

SEARAC joins the immigrant community today to celebrate the Supreme Court's ruling to block the addition of a citizenship question to the ...
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/ Census, Press Room

We Need Additional Southeast Asian American Language Translations for the 2020 Census

Deadline to urge your congressional rep to action is tomorrow Rep. Lori Trahan (MA-3) is coordinating a congressional effort urging ...
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/ Census, Take Action

Tell your Congressional Representative that We Need Additional Southeast Asian American Language Translations for the 2020 Census

SEARAC thanks Rep. Lori Trahan (MA-3) for coordinating a congressional effort urging the US Census Bureau to expand translated phone ...
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/ Action Alerts, Census, National

SEARAC California Update

Southeast Asian American families and communities, along with immigrant, refugee, and families of color continue to experience the relentless attacks ...
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Take the pledge to make sure Southeast Asian Americans are counted!