Robert Santos to Make History as First Latino to Lead Census Bureau

Robert Santos to Make History as First Latino to Lead Census Bureau

President Joe Biden has picked Robert Santos, a Mexican-American, to lead the U.S. Census Bureau, the White House announced on Tuesday.
Census Bureau Chief Steven Dillingham Resigns Amid Controversy on Immigrant Count

Census Bureau Chief Steven Dillingham Resigns Amid Controversy on Immigrant Count

Steven Dillingham announced Monday his plan to resign as director of the U.S. Census Bureau when the new administration takes control of the government.
A U.S. Census worker takes the information from a man during a promotional event in Times Square in New York

Census 2020: Commerce Chief Sets October 5 Target End Date

The census for this year will have an end date of October 5, said U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross.
US Census Suspends Field Work During Coronavirus Outbreak

2020 Census: Court Temporarily Stops Bureau's Plan to 'Wind Down' Operations

The 2020 census was supposed to end at an earlier date this year after the White House said the Census Bureau should "wind down" operations for certain groups, but a federal judge's order blocked this plan.
This is how the envelope that contains the invitation to respond to the 2020 Census looks like.

COVID-19 Adds Challenges to Latino Census in Minnesota

The COVID-19 pandemic has added one more challenge now that different community groups are not able to meet face-to-face to deal with questions regarding the 2020 census.
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The Minority Tipping Point and 'Race-Bridging': Racial Categories Make a Clear Demographic Picture Difficult

Has the population scale of the United States reached the minority tipping point? The National Center for Health Statistics and the U.S. Census Bureau differ in their assessments, so the nation remains unsure whether the birth rate of minorities has finally surpassed the bith rate of whites in America.

More Puerto Ricans Live On Mainland U.S. Than In Puerto Rico

A recent CNN report revealed that are more Puerto Ricans living in the U.S. mainland than there are living in Puerto Rico.
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