State of Hispanic Race and Ethnicity: Census 2020 Changes and Implications for Addressing Social Inequality

This half-day conference focuses on the conceptual, methodological and policy implications of combining the race and ethnicity categories in the 2020 U.S. Census. Scholars,  researchers, practitioners, community members, and policy makers will dialogue about the use of racial and ethnic data for interrogating social inequalities, particularly among diverse Latina/o/x communities.

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Limited seating is available. Registration is strongly encouraged and will be on a first-come, first- served basis.

Speakers include:
Darrick Hamilton, The New School
Tanya K. Hernandez, National Institute for Latino Policy & Fordham University
Howard Hogan, US Census Bureau
Nicholas A. Jones US Census Bureau
Mark Hugo López, Pew Research Center
Nancy López, University of New Mexico
Jennifer Park, Office of Management and Budget, Executive Office of the President
Joseline A.Peña-Melnyk, Maryland General Assembly
Rogelio Saenz, University of Texas at San Antonio
Andrea Senteno, Mexican-American Legal Defense and Educational Fund
Edward Telles, University of California, Santa Barbara
Bonnie Thornton Dill, University of Maryland
Armando Trull, National Public Radio
Gustavo Velasquez, The Urban Institute
Andrés Villarreal, University of Maryland
Ruth Enid Zambrana, University of Maryland

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