“New York Law School seeks to boost Census participation”

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The New York Law School is launching a new institute that seeks to ensure that all communities are counted equitably in the upcoming 2020 Census as the decennial count faces roadblocks from the federal government.


The New York Census and Redistricting Institute will work with and inform public institutions, nonprofits and the public about laws and policies pertaining to the upcoming Census as well as city and state redistricting. Students will also be able to take advantage of research opportunities….

The school is partnering with Jeffrey Wice — a national census expert who has worked with state legislative leaders as well as congressional lawmakers — who will lead the institute, focusing on legal and policy efforts.

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