The Mouse That Roared – Census Director Rob Santos Meets with Houston Ethnic Media

US Census Bureau Director Rob Santos met with ethnic media in Houston to share how the agency is working to better track the nation's growing diversity.

Californians Can’t Wait Any Longer for Independent Redistricting

Angelenos, and all Californians, deserve more from their government than being used as pawns in a game of political chess. Luckily, we have solutions.

2022 Yields Best Statehouse Redistricting Maps in Pennsylvania’s History

A coalition of community advocacy organizations has achieved remarkable success in securing fairer voting representation for Pennsylvania communities.

Lawsuits Hope to Extinguish Racist Gerrymandering in Multiple States

Voting rights advocates have brought an array of lawsuits in states across the country to stop what they say is an attempt to "rig democracy."

Vicar of Orlando Churches Blasts Florida Governor DeSantis for Redistricting Maneuver

"The governor is treating us like this is a plantation and he is a mini-king," said Father José Rodríguez of Orlando's Jesus of Nazareth Episcopal Church.

Not Too Soon to Engage in Census 2030

Census 2020 seems to have sustained the attention of a broader swath of America’s public than any census in recent memory.

2020 Census Undercount 2nd Highest Since 1950 — Native Americans, Blacks, Latinos Pay Highest Cost

The agency will be translating all written materials into the 15 most-used languages in the state and adding more interpreters to its phone lines.

‘We are Not Invisible’ — Hispanics Raise Their Voice about Redistricting in Houston

While the redistricting process continues its course, Hispanic voters are raising their voice about who should represent them.

Redistricting Champions – Evan Milligan’s Vision of a Freer Alabama Hinges on Fair Redistricting

Demographic changes documented by the 2020 Census will lead to a broader, more inclusive culture only if the state’s redistricting process ensures more equal representation for all.

As Minorities Grow, Their Representation Relies on Redistricting

The census results revealed the growth of minority groups that make up almost 40% of the country's population. Today there are 5 million fewer white Caucasians than in 2010.

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