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2020 Census: Why Your Participation Matters

12/5/2019 from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM PT

RSVP to (415) 387-1375 or info@sfvillage.org

The 2020 Census has been controversial and confusing, with many saying that our democracy is at risk. Hear about SFCounts, the City’s plan to navigate physical, language and digital barriers to ensure that every San Franciscan, immigrant or not, is accurately and fairly counted in the 2020 Census. Every person matters and our communities need your help.Adrienne Pon is a San Francisco native and Executive Director of the Office of Civic Engagement & Immigrant Affairs (OCEIA) for the City and County of San Francisco.  OCEIA is a policy, grantmaking, compliance and direct service office that provides a broad range of programs and services, including citizenship, community safety, immigrant assistance and integration, language access, workforce development, 2020 Census and community grants.Together with city and community partners, OCEIA seeks a safe, engaged and inclusive San Francisco where everyone can contribute and thrive.

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