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

This half-day conference focused 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 dialogued about the use of racial and ethnic data for interrogating social inequalities, particularly among diverse Latina/o/x communities.

Follow the conversation online with #CRGECensus2020

Watch The Panels

Session 1
Using ‘Race’ and ‘Ethnicity’ as Accurate and Reliable Concepts: Challenges for Fostering Inclusion

Session 2
Measuring Hispanic Race and Ethnicity: Intersections of the Color Line and Implications for Population Composition

Session 3
2020 Census and Hispanic Civil Rights: Envisioning Future Impact on Equity in Policy

Special thanks to Monique (Nicky) Sheree Everette, Brian Crawford and T’Sey-Haye M. Preaster from the College of Arts and Humanities Marketing and Communications department for making the recording and editing of the conference possible. 

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