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Julie Menin Feb 22
Incredible Census Town Hall hosted by in Queens! We are in a nationwide competition & can’t let other states take our funding and political representation. In 2010, Queens had a 62% self-response rate! We can and must do better. NYC we are down for the Count!
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John M Blasco 白斯高 Feb 21
Y’all! is almost here. It’s super easy that you fill it out. 10 questions to fill out in under 10 minutes that will impact the next 10 years.
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Woodside on the Move Feb 19
In 2019, we achieved a historic victory for tenants known as the Housing Stability & Tenant Protections Act of 2019. Imagine if we didn't have our public officials to support us? We need more representation, not less! Take the pledge now!
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UNITED SIKHS Feb 22
It doesn’t matter who they are - if they’re living in your home on April 1st, they must be counted in the ! Your info is entirely confidential – make sure no one is left out!
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Julie Menin Feb 22
Great to see at Town Hall meeting on the Census in Queens! We have so much riding on ensuring every NYer gets counted and that we receive our fair share for public education, public housing and Congressional seats and more!
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NYC Health + Hospitals Feb 18
Fear and misinformation are main reasons why many people don't fill out the census. Let’s change that this year! There's no citizenship question on the . Be sure to complete your census form starting March 12. Learn more: |
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NYC Council Member Carlina Rivera Feb 10
Tomorrow, February 11, the City is hosting a Census Day of Action. Learn how to at over 50 teach-ins throughout the city! In District 2, you can join us at 6 p.m. at either the Clinton School (10 E. 15th St) or P.S. 40 (320 E. 20th St.).
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Miranda Margowsky 2h
WATCH - tells ⁦⁩ about the dangers of under counting in the Census
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aries dela cruz Feb 21
It’s important to in the ! Team invites you to get counted &
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Mayor Bill de Blasio Jan 14
Stand up and ! Join us at the Complete Count Campaign kick-off rally in Manhattan.
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Brian Romero, LMSW Jan 15
📣 2020 is here and we must ensure a complete count of all New Yorkers. Can you join me tonight, January 15 for the first-ever Manhattan-focused teach-in on what’s at stake for our community in the census? RSVP here ➡️ ⬅️
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NYS Senator Zellnor Y. Myrie 米维 Jan 31
🚨 The is <TWO MONTHS away. We need to for the resources we need for 🏠, 🏫 + more! Starting March 15, you should receive a letter from the on how to fill it out. Call us to get involved in our CCC! 🎥
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David Aronov Feb 21
The NYC Census 2020 Field Team having dim sum in Chinatown in efforts to dispel any myths around the coronavirus and to show that Chinatown is open for business!
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Global Kids Feb 19
The Global Kids Census Squad has assembled!! GK leaders came to GK HQ today for their first training session in outreach prep. Armed with their awesome t-shirts, they are ready to ensure that everyone we !!
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NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson Feb 8
Proud to join census workers and leaders in the Bangladeshi community to sign up census workers and make sure everyone gets counted!
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Woodside on the Move Feb 21
The LAW is clear in any language, your PERSONAL INFORMATION CAN NOT be shared with any other agency, including LAW ENFORCEMENT! Take the pledge NOW to participate in Census 2020. Funding for our community depends on it!
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Alex Richardson Feb 21
nycgov: Tomorrow AOC is in Queens, laying out all the census related facts you need to know! Like how the will NOT ask about your citizenship or immigration status. Join us Saturday, February 22nd!
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NYC HPD Feb 10
TOMORROW: Attend a teach-in near you to learn what you can do to get your community counted!
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Maria Lizardo Feb 21
We all have a responsibility to make sure that everyone is counted. . will be working in collaboration with community stakeholders to make sure this happens
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Chirlane McCray Feb 3
If you haven't already, sign up to join your local NOCC and help make sure your neighborhood is fully counted. It can be as easy as phone-banking, canvassing, or even hosting your own teach-in for your friends, family, and neighbors.
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