Lessons for Philanthropy From the 2020 Census

In past years, threats to our democracy have become so regular and alarming that not every development gets sufficient public attention. That was also the case with the 2020 census: Not only did the pandemic make it unusually difficult to conduct a fair and accurate count but the political environment presented obstacles in ways that could have left out many people of color, children, people in tribal communities, immigrants, low-income families, and others who have historically been missed.

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