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Friday, August 2 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Once In a Decade: Covering the 2020 Census

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The Census Bureau's once-a-decade tradition of counting everyone who lives in the United States kicks off next year. This panel will discuss the wealth of important stories to tell about the 2020 Census, including  how the new Census affects your community.

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Karuna Ramachandran

Deputy Director, Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Atlanta
Karuna Ramachandran is the Deputy Director at Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Atlanta. Karuna brings over ten years of experience in nonprofit work to her position. She has developed programs spanning youth development, public health and health advocacy, environmental justice... Read More →
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Hansi Lo Wang

National Correspondent, NPR
Hansi Lo Wang is a national correspondent for NPR based in New York City. Wang covers the 2020 census and the changing demographics of the U.S. for NPR’s Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Weekend Edition, hourly newscasts and NPR.org.
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Christine Zhang

Data Journalist, The Baltimore Sun
Christine Zhang is a data journalist at The Baltimore Sun, where she reports news stories using data analysis and statistics. Before joining The Sun in 2018, she worked as a data scientist at Two Sigma and was previously an OpenNews fellow at the Los Angeles Times and a research analyst... Read More →

D'Vera Cohn

Senior Writer/Editor, Pew Research Center

Friday August 2, 2019 4:00pm - 5:30pm EDT
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