Census Complete Count 2020

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Census Complete Count 2020 by Mind Map: Census Complete Count 2020

1. Federal: US Census Bureau

1.1. Census 101 Talking Points

1.2. Resources for orgs

1.2.1. Toolkit for outreach

1.2.2. Ideation workshop toolkit

1.2.3. Census Academy

1.2.4. Materials for Partners

1.2.4.1. Visuals

1.2.4.1.1. Social Media Graphics

1.2.4.1.2. Infographics from Census data

1.2.5. Mapping Tools

1.2.5.1. Response Outreach Area Mapper (ROAM)

1.2.5.2. Census Engagement Navigator

1.3. Compete Count Committees

1.3.1. Cities

1.3.2. A3PCON

1.3.3. Central City Action Committee

1.3.4. Filipino Advocates for Justice

1.3.5. Korean American Center

1.3.6. Korean Consulate General

1.3.7. Koreatown Youth & Community Center

1.3.8. Vietnamese American Chamber of Commerce of Orange County

1.3.9. Chinese American Mutual Association

1.3.10. Chinese-American Association of Orange County

1.3.11. South West Chinese School PTO

2. State: CA Census 2020

2.1. Resources for orgs

2.1.1. California's Hard-to-Count Interactive Map

2.1.2. One-pagers

2.1.3. Timeline

2.2. Regions

2.2.1. ACBO

2.2.1.1. 1: Sacramento Region Community Foundation

2.2.1.2. 2: United Way of the Wine Country

2.2.1.3. 3: United Way of the Bay

2.2.1.4. 4: Faith in Action Network

2.2.1.5. 5: Ventura County Community Foundation

2.2.1.6. 6: Sierra Health Foundation: Center for Health Project Management

2.2.1.7. 7: The Community Foundation

2.2.1.8. 8: California Community Foundation

2.2.1.9. 9: Charitable Ventures of Orange County

2.2.1.10. 10: United Way of San Diego County

2.2.2. CBO

2.2.2.1. Latinos

2.2.2.1.1. NALEO Education Fund (Hagase Contar)

2.2.2.1.2. Latino Community Foundation

2.2.2.2. African-Americans

2.2.2.2.1. California Calls

2.2.2.3. Native Americans & Tribal Communities

2.2.2.3.1. California Native Vote Project

2.2.2.4. Asian-Americans & Pacific Islanders

2.2.2.4.1. Asian Americans Advancing Justice

2.2.2.5. Immigrants & Refugees

2.2.2.5.1. Coalition for Human Immigrant Rights

2.2.2.6. Farmworkers

2.2.2.6.1. Mixteco/Indigena Community Organizing Project

2.2.2.6.2. California Rural Legal Assistance, Inc.

2.2.2.7. LGBTQ

2.2.2.7.1. Equality California Institute

2.2.2.8. Areas with low broadband subscription or limited/no access

2.2.2.8.1. United Ways of California

2.2.2.9. Households with limited English proficiency

2.2.2.9.1. GreatNonprofits, DBA CommunityConnect Labs

2.2.3. Regional Convenings

2.3. Sectors

2.3.1. Health Services

2.3.2. Labor (unions)

2.3.3. Faith-based

2.3.4. Business/Corporate

2.3.5. Technology & Innovation

2.3.6. Entertainment

2.3.7. Rural

2.4. Education

2.4.1. K-12 public schools

2.4.2. Community Colleges

2.4.3. Higher Education Institutions

2.4.4. Adult Education

2.4.5. Libraries

2.5. California Complete Count Committee

2.5.1. Language and Communication Access Plan

3. Advocacy Groups

3.1. Netroots

3.1.1. Defending the Census: The Next Frontier in the Fight for Our Democracy

3.2. All on the Line

3.3. Color of Change

3.4. Census Policy Advocacy Network (CPAN)

3.4.1. Hard to Count Briefs

3.4.2. Partners (*State ACBO)

3.4.2.1. Asian Americans Advancing Justice*

3.4.2.2. CA Association of Nonprofits

3.4.2.3. CA Black Census and Redistricting Hub (Black Hub)

3.4.2.4. California Calls*

3.4.2.5. California Immigrant Policy Center

3.4.2.6. CA Native Vote Project

3.4.2.7. CA Rural Legal Assistance Fdtn

3.4.2.8. Children Now

3.4.2.9. CHIRLA*

3.4.2.10. Council on American Islamic Relations

3.4.2.11. Disability Rights CA

3.4.2.12. Empowering Pacific Islander Communities

3.4.2.13. Equality CA*

3.4.2.14. First 5 Assoc of CA

3.4.2.15. Housing CA

3.4.2.16. MALDEF

3.4.2.17. Mi Familia Vota

3.4.2.18. NALEO*

3.4.2.19. Partnership for Advancement of New Americans (PANA)

3.4.2.20. PICO CA

3.4.2.21. Southeast Asia Resource Action Center

3.5. Census Counts (The Leadership Conference Education Fund)

3.5.1. Resources

3.5.1.1. Mobilizing the Urban League Movement Toolkit

3.5.1.2. Get out the Count Milestones: Full Timeline

3.5.1.3. Webinars

3.5.1.3.1. Why Ensuring a Fair and Accurate Count Matters

3.5.1.3.2. Census 101 and the Young Child Undercount

3.5.1.4. Digital Organizing Video Training Series

3.5.1.5. Estimating Outreach Costs for HTC Communities

3.5.1.6. Facstsheet on the Census, Confidentiality and Japanese American Incarceration

3.5.1.7. Report: Counting Everyone in the Digital Age

3.5.1.8. Factsheets in Chinese, Vietnamese

3.5.1.8.1. Factsheet on AANHPIs

3.5.1.9. Congressional District Tables for HTC Communities

3.5.1.9.1. Asian Americans and NHPIs

3.6. Community Coalition

3.7. The Advancement Project California

3.7.1. Webinars for Counties

3.8. American Library Association

3.8.1. Factsheet: Libraries and the 2020 Census

4. LA County

4.1. Q&A

4.2. News & Updates

4.3. Key Dates

4.4. Goodwill Ambassadors

4.5. Info kiosks

5. Outreach

5.1. Trusted Messengers

5.1.1. Community leaders

5.1.1.1. Local politicians

5.1.1.2. Local activists

5.1.2. CBOs

5.1.3. Faith-based orgs

5.2. Tactics

5.2.1. Canvassing

5.2.2. Digital campaigns

5.2.3. Social media messaging

5.2.4. Community forums

5.2.5. Phone banking

5.2.6. PSAs

5.2.7. Info centers in community

5.2.8. Train the Trainer

5.2.9. Culturally relevant materials

5.2.10. Town Halls

5.2.11. Forums at schools

5.2.12. Educational sessions at libraries

5.2.13. Messaging in primary language

5.2.14. Education: purpose, content and process of the Census

5.3. Hard To Count (HTC) (*as designated by US Census Bureau for 2020)

5.3.1. Racial & ethnic minorities*

5.3.2. People with limited English proficiency*

5.3.3. People with lower income*

5.3.4. People experiencing homelessness*

5.3.5. Undocumented immigrants* and mixed status families

5.3.6. Highly mobile persons*

5.3.7. Children aged 0-5*

5.3.8. People who are angry and/or distrust the government*

5.3.9. People who are LGBTQ*

5.3.10. People living in rural communities

5.3.11. People who do not live in conventional housing*

5.3.12. Persons with mental or physical disabilities*