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#2020Census x UPRISERS

#2020Census x UPRISERS

For the past month, UPRISERS collaborated with the 2020 Census Bureau as an official partner to rally our community around the #2020Census. The more we learn about the impact of the Census, the more passionate we are for every single person to be counted! ⁠⠀

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The 2020 Census will decide where $1.5 TRILLION a YEAR of federal funding is invested in our communities for the next ten years, and informs how congressional and school districts are determined. However, if our families, neighbors and friends don’t complete the Census, we will be under-represented, underfunded, and underserved. We are activating our community of warriors for change to spread awareness so that all of us are counted and marginalized communities will be given the resources needed to make strides in this country. ⁠

 

UPRISERS Live at Home 

We are excited to announce our UPRISERS Live At Home, where we raise awareness for the #2020Census featuring performances by our incredible lineup Klassy, Nohemy, Ruby Ibarra, Latashá, Prometheus Brown, and Louie Zong with our very own hosts, Michelle K. Hanabusa and Hollis Wong-Wear.

WATCH THE FULL LIVE STREAM HERE

 

Hollis Does Brunch

UPRISERS partnered with Hollis Does Brunch to host meaningful conversations with community leaders and US Census Bureau representatives about the misconceptions and realities of taking the Census and how important it is for everyone to be counted. Here are some recaps from the Hollis Does Brunch series.

 

Hollis Does Brunch Recap feat. Michelle K. Hanabusa, Asia Jackson, & MILCK

 

 

Hollis Does Brunch Recap feat. DUMBFOUNDEAD, Nohemy, & Utkarsh Ambudkar

 

 
Hollis Does Brunch Recap feat. Jenny Yang, Sherry Cola, & Solomon Georgio

 

Want to know how to participate and help in this campaign?

 

 

 

 

Special thanks to our community partners: APALA, Association of Chinese Americans, Inc., Beatrock Music, CAPAW, Hub, JACCC, Kollaboration, LION'S SHARE, NextDayBetter, OCAPICA, and SEARAC for helping us amplify the importance of the 2020 Census and making sure we are all represented and counted.

 

 

 

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