Census 2020 Resources

The National Black Child Development Institute is committed to ensuring that parents, caregivers, educators, child care programs and advocates have access to the resources they need to support Black families and Black children. Based on Census data, $675 billion of the current federal budget was allocated to local communities throughout the nation for health, education, housing services and more. It is imperative that our communities commit to being counted in the 2020 Census to ensure that Black children and families have access to federal and local resources. Young Black children are undercounted at twice the rate of non-Black children. NBCDI is committed to advancing racial equity addressing the historical undercounted of Black communities is essential to equal access to education and the proper representation in our government.  NBCDI has compiled the resources in the document below to help you get involved to ensure all Black children are counted.  #Blackkidscount

Census 2020 Resources