Sat, Mar 6 – Census 2010 Public Education Forum

Please distribute widely…

*Note this event was originally scheduled for Feb 6 and will now be held on Saturday, March 6.

ACLF, in conjunction with several organizations, is hosting a Census 2010 Public Education Forum on Sat, Mar 6.  Info below and flyer attached.

To RSVP/endorse/request interpretation, contact Linh Ngo, ACLF Census 2010 Project Manager, at makeourcommunitycount@gmail.com/206.625.3850.

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Seattle’s “Make our Community Count Campaign” invites you to attend the Seattle Census 2010 Public Education Forum.

Saturday, March 6
New Holly Community Center
7054 32nd Avenue South Seattle, WA 98118 (Southeast Seattle)

11:00AM-1:00PM

* This is a FREE EVENT with lunch provided.
*Bus lines #36, 106, 8, 39/ Othello Station Lightrail

Language translation can be provided.

Call/email to register or endorse this event by March 2
(Let us know by March 2 if you would like an interpreter).

To RSVP/endorse/request interpretation, contact Linh Ngo, ACLF Census 2010 Project Manager, at makeourcommunitycount@gmail.com/206.625.3850.

  • Receive relevant census outreach materials
  • Learn about the key message and outreach strategies to ensure our communities are counted!
  • Strategize with community members about addressing challenges facing specific communities

For more information or to endorse the event, contact:

Linh Ngo, Census 2010 Project Manager
API Community Leadership Foundation (ACLF)
makeourcommunitycount@gmail.com or 206-625-3850

Make Our Community Count Campaign:

Afrique Services Center • American Civil Liberties Union of WA (ACLU WA) • Asian Pacific Islander Community Leadership Foundation (ACLF) • City of Seattle, Census 2010 Complete Count Committee • City of Seattle, Office for Civil Rights • Entre Hermanos • Leadership Conference Education Fund • League of Women Voters • Minority Executive Directors Coalition (MEDC) • National Asian Pacific Center on Aging (NAPCA) • National Iranian American Council • One America • Potlatch Fund • Youth Media Institute

Presented in partnership with the the Leadership Conference Education Fund, Asian American Justice Center’s 2010 Census program, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Ya Es Hora Hagarse Contar!, Indian Country Counts

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