June 28 Faith

June 28: Faith-based

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Todas las instituciones de religión inspiran o ayudan a nuestras comunidades a responder el Censo 2020. Estas instituciones hacen una diferencia en los lugares donde las personas viven, trabajan y oran. Responda y agase escuchar ahora llamando al (844) 468-2020, o por la internet al 2020census.gov/es

The 2020 Census’ impact on our communities and our nation is profound. It shapes everything from whether we have fair political representation in Congress to whether our roads, hospitals, schools and fire departments have the funding they need to support our health and well-being for the next decade. #KansasCounts #CallForTheCount

Our community benefits from everyone being counted, and we have one chance in a decade to get it right. #KansasCounts #CallForTheCount #2020Census

When you count yourself by completing the Census, you are also making sure your neighbor’s child has a seat in their classroom and their mother has access to medical care. We must work together to make sure that everyone in our community is counted so we all get the resources we deserve. #KansasCounts #CallForTheCount

We believe that all people, regardless of race, religion, or immigration status, are made in the divine image. Our existence and our divinely given dignity demand recognition by our government. That means we must all be counted in the Census. #KansasCounts #CallForTheCount

June 24 Native American

June 24: Native American

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The future depends on you! Tribal nations received billions of dollars in federal funding based on Census data. Make sure your tribe is counted. Respond now at www.2020census.gov #CallForTheCount

El futuro depende de usted! Las tribus reciben miles de millones de dólares en fondos federales basados ​​en datos del censo. Asegúrate de contar a su tribu. Responda y agase escuchar ahora llamando al (844) 468-2020, o por la internet al 2020census.gov/es

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A complete and accurate count of American Indians throughout the United States contributes to better planning and decision-making for Indian Country. Your participation in the census builds on our communities’ progress and helps shape our future for generations to come. #KansasCounts #CallForTheCount

In the 2020 Census, individuals and households have the opportunity to self-identify as American Indian. They are now also able to write in up to six tribal affiliations on the form. Filling out these questions on the census form will help ensure that the 2020 Census is accurate and reflects the true diversity in Indian Country. #KansasCounts #CallForTheCount #IndianCountryCounts

The 2020 Census is our chance to be visible, to be heard, and for our tribal nations to be recognized. Being counted means standing up for yourself, your family, and your tribal community. Our people, our nations, and our future depend on each one of us to complete the census form. This is our opportunity to make a difference – the time is now. Let us join together and make 2020 the year that Indian Country Counts! #KansasCounts #CallForTheCount #IndianCountryCounts

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A complete and accurate count of American Indians throughout the United States helps determine how billions of dollars in federal funding is distributed to communities and tribes for programs and grants. Your participation in the census builds on our communities’ progress and helps shape our future for generations to come. #KansasCounts #CallForTheCount

On the 2020 Census form, you can identify your race as American Indian and you can write in the name of your “enrolled or principal tribe.” The space for entering responses collects up to 200 characters and records up to six entries so you can enter more than one tribe. Make sure to try to write in the official name of your tribe. #KansasCounts #CallForTheCount #2020Census

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June 25 Hispanic

June 25: Hispanic/Latino

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El censo cuenta a todas las personas que viven en los Estados Unidos, independientemente de su país de origen o estado migratorio. Esto incluye a niños y recién nacidos, abuelos, amigos, no parientes y todos los que viven o se quedan con usted a partir del 1 de abril de 2020. #KansasCounts #CallForTheCount #2020Census

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Sus respuestas al Censo 2020 afectarán las decisiones de financiación para los próximos 10 años para servicios locales importantes en nuestras comunidades, incluidas las clínicas de salud. #KansasCounts #CallForTheCount #2020Census

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El censo está disponible en muchos idiomas, incluido el español. Puede responder en línea, por teléfono o por correo. #KansasCounts #CallForTheCount 

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Cada 10 años, Estados Unidos cuenta a todos los que viven en el país. Su participación en el Censo 2020 ayudará a comunidades como la suya a obtener los fondos que necesitan para proporcionar asistencia alimentaria y de vivienda y otros servicios vitales. #KansasCounts #CallForTheCount # 2020Census

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Every 10 years, the United States counts everyone who lives in the country. Your participation in the 2020 Census will help communities like yours get the funding they need to provide housing and food assistance and other vital services. #KansasCounts #CallForTheCount #2020Census

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Las respuestas al censo son seguras y confidenciales. Su información está protegida por la ley y no se puede compartir con otras agencias de aplicación de la ley, ni con el FBI, ICE o incluso con la policía local. #KansasCounts #CallForTheCount #2020Census

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Su comunidad puede empezar a mejorar cuando usted responde al Censo 2020. En pocos minutos, puede dar forma a su futuro. Su respuesta determinará como miles de millones de dólares en fondos federales pueden ayudar a mejorar los servicios comunitarios, Head Start, SNAP, CHIP y programas que apoyan a negocios minoritarios. Su información personal se mantiene confidencial por ley y los datos obtenidos son solamente utilizados con propósitos de estadísticas, nunca son compartidos con otras agencias gubernamentales. Responda y agase escuchar ahora llamando al (844) 468-2020, o por la internet al 2020census.gov/es #KansasCounts #2020Census #CallForTheCount

June 26 African American

June 26: African American

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Don’t forget the babies! Kids 0-5 years old often times don’t get counted in the Census and our communities lose funding to support childcare & school funding! Fill out your Census form today @ my2020census.gov #KansasCounts #Census2020 #CountmeBlack

The 2020 Census count will be used to decide how many schools, classrooms and healthcare facilities will be built in your community for the next 10 years. Count your babies today at my2020census.gov #KansasCounts #CountmeBlack #Census2020

Black men are disproportionately undercounted in the census. Our black men and boys matter! Let’s make our brothers count by completing the census now @ my2020census.gov #KansasCounts #Census2020 #CountmeBlack

An accurate Census 2020 count will help strengthen Black workers power. Take time to encourage workers who are working or laid off to complete the 2020 Census form to ensure that we have good quality jobs in our communities for the next 10 years. Support workers, by being counted in the 2020 Census TODAY at my2020census.gov. #KansasCounts #supportBlackworkers #CountMeBlack #Census2020

So, an accurate census is key to getting public schools and communities the resources they need to serve all students—regardless of who they live with, what language they speak at home, or whether they are black, brown, or white. #KansasCounts #CountMeBlack #CallForTheCount

For the first time, Black people can check our country of origin on the census form! Remember to also check Black! Or be counted online today @ my2020census.gov #KansasCounts #CountmeBlack #CheckBlackPlus #Census2020 #CallForTheCount

You can shape the future for yourself, your family, and your community for the next 10 years. Data collected in the 2020 Census will inform the distribution of more than $6 billion in federal funds to Kansas and our communities each year. Businesses, community leaders, and local governments use census data to create jobs, ensure public safety preparedness, and support community initiatives. #KansasCounts #CallForTheCount #CountMeBlack

Puede dar forma al futuro para usted, su familia y su comunidad durante los próximos 10 años. Los datos recopilados en el Censo 2020 informarán la distribución de más de $ 6 mil millones en fondos federales a Kansas y nuestras comunidades cada año. Las empresas, los líderes comunitarios y los gobiernos locales utilizan los datos del censo para crear empleos, garantizar la preparación para la seguridad pública y apoyar las iniciativas comunitarias. #KansasCounts #CallForTheCount #CountMeBlack

Today, we honor our black and African American communities. Now more than ever, completing the #2020Census is vitally important to the future of our communities and their political and economic power. Be counted, have your voice heard, and respond at 2020census.gov. #KansasCounts #CallForTheCount #CountMeBlack

June 23 Rural

June 23: Rural Outreach

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Every town counts. The 2020 Census will have a direct impact on small towns and rural areas across the country for the next 10 years. From disaster planning to small business development, Medicare Part B to highway construction, policymakers use census data to plan and fund many programs that affect rural communities. #CallForTheCount Respond now www.2020census.gov.

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Cada pueblo/ciudad cuenta. El Censo 2020 tendrá un impacto directo en los pueblos/ciudades pequeñas y las zonas rurales de todo el país durante los próximos 10 años. Desde la planificación de desastres hasta el desarrollo de pequeñas empresas, desde la Parte B de Medicare hasta la construcción de carreteras, los politicos utilizan los datos del censo para planificar y financiar muchos programas que afectan a las comunidades rurales. Responda ahora llamando al (844) 468-2020, o por la internet al 2020census.gov/es

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Make sure your town’s story is told by responding to the 2020 Census—the count of everyone living in the United States. When you do, you’ll also help your town get the most out of the American dream. #KansasCounts #CallForTheCount

Asegúrese de contar la historia de su ciudad respondiendo al Censo 2020, el recuento de todas las personas que viven en los Estados Unidos. Cuando lo haga, también ayudará a su ciudad a aprovechar al máximo el sueño americano. #KansasCounts #CallForTheCount

Census data informs where over $6 billion in federal funding is spent each year in Kansas and our communities. That includes money for things like roads. #KansasCounts #CallForTheCount

Make sure your town’s story is told by responding to the 2020 Census—the count of everyone living in the United States. When you do, you’ll also help your town get the most out of the American dream. #KansasCounts #CallForTheCount

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If 1% of Kansas is under counted in the 2020 Census, the state of Kansas could miss receiving approximately $603,990,400 in federal funding over a 10-year period. It is critical that you count, your community counts, and Kansas Counts by participating in the 2020 Census. #KansasCounts #CallForTheCount

Rural Talking Points

Every town is an important part of the American story. Make sure your town’s story is told by responding to the 2020 Census—the count of everyone living in the United States. When you do, you’ll also help your town get the most out of the American dream.

Responding Is Important for Your Community. Census responses provide data that can attract new businesses and the jobs that come with them. The data also informs where over $6 billion in federal funding is spent each year in Kansas and our communities. That includes money for things like:

  • Medicare Part B
  • Special education
  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
  • Cooperative Extension Service
  • Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant
  • Water and waste disposal systems for rural communities

 

Clinics that are closer than the next county. Accessible, quality healthcare is a top priority for every community, and you can do your part by responding to the 2020 Census. Over $6 billion in federal funding is distributed to Kansas communities based on census data. This includes money for health care assistance and the prevention and treatment of substance abuse. Census data impacts funding for things like:

  • Medical Assistance Program
  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
  • State Children’s Health Insurance Program
  • Child Welfare Services State Grants
  • Family violence prevention services
  • State Public Water System Supervision

 

Country roads don’t build themselves. Lay the groundwork for better roads in your community by taking the census. Your response can impact funding for things like maintaining local roads, bridges, public transportation, and more each year. Census data impacts funding for things like:

  • Highway planning and construction
  • Federal Transit Formula Grants
  • Formula Grants for Rural Areas
  • Community Development Grants
  • Rural Payment Assistance Payments
  • Water and waste disposal systems for rural communities

 

Keep small town communities connected. What makes a small town great is its community, and that’s why your response to the 2020 Census is so important. It can impact funding for things that keep us connected, like local roads, bridges, public transportation, and more. Census data impacts funding for things like:

  • Highway planning and construction
  • Federal Transit Formula Grants
  • Formula Grants for Rural Areas
  • Community Development Grants
  • Rural Payment Assistance Payments
  • Water and waste disposal systems for rural communities