Communication

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Census Day Tell #20for2020 Challenge Kit

PRIL 1 IS CENSUS DAY! So we challenge you to Tell #20for2020 to ensure #ARCounts.

What Is the Census?

Available in English, Spanish, and Marshallese, this simple, easy-to-read one-pager is great to share with Arkansans of all ages and backgrounds.

What You Need to Know

Available in English, Spanish, and Marshallese, this document shares what Arkansas residents need to know about why the census matters and how to complete the survey.

How to Set Up a Census Support Site

Available in English, Spanish, and Marshallese, this document shares what you need to do to create a place where residents can complete the census survey.

Get Out the Count Masks

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to change our lives, create masks to help Get Out the Count. Email brad@bbbox.io for ordering and customization support.

Hagáse Contar

NALEO Educational Fund just released our Digital Toolkit as we prepare to ensure a full Census count of Latinos Amid COVID-19.

Arkansas Public Policy Panel Census 2020 Booklet

Arkansas Public Policy Panel’s accordion-style information booklet shares what Arkansans need to know about why the census matters and how to complete the survey.

Communication Webinar

Arkansas Counts partners came together online to discuss how we can use social media, local press, and printed materials to #GetOutTheCount in our communities for #Census2020. Watch the recording to learn how you can do your part.

PSA Toolkit

The Census Bureau provides resources to help ensure partners and stakeholders have the tools they need to effectively engage their communities.

2020 Census Taglines and Logos

Want to Get Out the Count in your community but don’t quite know what to say? The U.S. Census Bureau
has a variety of “memes” you can share on social media to spread the word that this is Arkansans’ chance to “Shape Your Future.”

2020 Census Taglines and Logos

Available in 12 non-English languages, download and use these visuals to help your community Get Out the Count and “Shape Your Future.”

Community Outreach Toolkit

The U.S. Census Bureau provides this easy-to-use quick start guide for census outreach in your community. 

Public Service Announcements

John R. Tyson, Chief Sustainability Officer, Tyson Foods

James Sanders, Mayor of Blytheville

George McGill, Mayor of Ft. Smith

Terri Hollingsworth, Pulaski Circuit County Clerk

Nate Todd, Secretary of the Arkansas Department of Veterans Affairs

Leon Jones, Arkansas Fair Housing Commission Director

Mickey Pindergrass, Baxter County Judge

Disability Rights Arkansas: Mountain Home Musician Shares His Story

Dr. Bobby Hart Shares How to Get Out the Count!

Dr. Linda Clark Shares How to Get Out the Count!

Esther Dixon Shares How to Get Out the Count!

Herbert Morales Shares How to Get Out the Count!

Gina Gomez Shares How to Get Out the Count!

Jennifer Chilcoat Shares How to Get Out the Count!

Laura Kellams Shares How to Get Out the Count!

Maricella Garcia Shares How to Get Out the Count!

Whitman and Preston Share How to Get Out the Count!

Get the Word Out about Hard-to-Count Children

2020 Census Young Child Undercount Communications Toolkit

Toolkit credit: Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families

Sesame Workshop 2020 Census Kit

These tools promote four messages: the census is safe and private, it’s easier to complete than ever, doing so brings important resources to your neighborhood for 10 years—and, most importantly, all kids count!

Whose Child Is Missing?

Infographic credit: Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families

"22% of Kids Under 5 Are at Risk of Being Missed"

Meme credit: The Annie E. Casey Foundation

"Arkansas Receives $2.3 Billion for Kids"

Meme credit: The Annie E. Casey Foundation

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