2020 Census

A surprising result that came from the 2020 survey showed that 1/3 of Afro-Latinos — that fraction translates to just over 6 million — actually don't identify as Hispanic, instead opting to choose White, Black or even "some other race."

In a major shift in American demographics, newly released Census data confirmed that the number of white people in the U.S. fell for the first time in decades.

The U.S. Census Bureau has released partial data it collected last year showing data that will have a major impact on decisions impacting communities for the next decade.

The upcoming census, like many before it, will boil complex information on race, ethnicity and ancestry into just two questions. That leaves a lot of important information out of the data.

Civil rights groups were in disbelief after the president said on Friday that he was still trying to find a way to include what some say is a racist question of citizenship question on the 2020 Census.

A federal judge rules against the Trump administration's plan to ask a citizenship question in the 2020 Census.

The Supreme Court’s ruling that Trump's commerce secretary doesn’t have to explain under oath his reason for adding what some say is a racist question to the 2020 Census was a major victory for the president.

If we're not careful, the 2020 Census will be a repeat of past racist, biased and erroneous counts of people of color in America.

Voting rights advocates are alarmed that President Trump is leaning toward nominating Thomas Brunell to run the U.S. Census Bureau.

The Trump administration and members of the GOP are making efforts to undermine the accuracy of the upcoming 2020 decennial census. He's why it matters.