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Controversies of the 2020 Census

October 14 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Connecticut’s Old State House, 800 Main Street
Hartford, CT 06103 United States

Although delayed by Covid 19, the 2020 Census is still happening. Join Connecticut’s Old State House for a three-part program series to learn about the evaluation of the census, the data collected, its role in shaping future policy and funding, and some of the controversies surrounding the 2020 Census.

Each conversation will take place via Facebook Live on the Connecticut’s Old State House Facebook page.

Controversies of the 2020 Census
Wed. October 14 – 12 pm

Join panelists, Bridget Quinn-Carey, CEO of the Hartford Public Library, Chris George, Executive Director of IRIS, and Dr. Bilal Dabir Sekou, Associate Professor of Political Science from the University of Hartford, as they discuss some of the contemporary issues and controversies related to the 2020 Census. Moderated by Diane Smith.

This virtual program series is generously sponsored by CT Humanities and hosted in partnership with the Offices of the Lieutenant Governor and Secretary of the State.

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