EMS works with a network of over 2,000 ethnic media outlets nationwide

EMS informs and engages hard-to reach communities on critical issues

EMS enhances the capacity of ethnic media through reporting, fellowships and briefings

The Census Bureau has said it expects to hire about a half-million people nationwide to help in its all-important counting of everybody living in the United States, something the government has done every 10 years since 1790.
Coming
Events

2020 CENSUS AT RISK

  • WHAT: Telebriefing on citizenship question, other challenges to counting communities of color
  • WHEN: June 14, 2019
  • WHY: New reports by the Urban Inst. and other agencies point to a major undercount in communities of color for the 2020 Census. Speakers will provide an update on the key challenges and strategies for addressing them.
  • HOW: Click here (pdf) for dial-in info.

FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION (FTC) & ETHNIC MEDIA SERVICES (EMS) BRIEFING ON CONSUMER FRAUD

  • WHAT: EMS, in partnership with the FTC, will host a briefing on protecting communities from consumer fraud.
  • WHERE: Milwaukee, WI.
  • WHEN: June 18, 2019

2020 CENSUS: THE STAKES FOR CA’s CENTRAL VALLEY

  • WHAT: EMS, in partnership with Empower.Vote, will host a briefing on what the 2020 Census could mean for cities in Kern County.
  • WHERE: Bakersfield, CA.
  • WHEN: June 28, 2019

For all inquiries, email EMS at info@ethnicmediaservices.org

Current
Focus
Areas

The 2020 Census:

Raising awareness of what’s at stake for immigrant and minority communities with the upcoming 2020 Census.

Immigrant Rights

Tracking the politics of immigration reform and its intersection with human and civil rights.

Consumer Fraud

Helping to build ethnic media’s capacity to report on scams in their communities.

Safe, Clean Water

Promoting awareness of LA County’s efforts to modernize its water management system.

Environment

Expanding ethnic media’s coverage on and about the environment — from sea level rise to wetlands reclamation.

Voting Rights

Enlisting ethnic media as an advocacy voice to promote voting rights and shine a spotlight on voter repression.

CONTACT: INFO@ETHNICMEDIASERVICES.ORG
(415) 626-1650 1663 Mission Street, Suite 310, San Francisco, CA 94103