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Roundtable discussion on 2010 Census with ethnic media San Francisco, CA-Tuesday, May 5, 09

Posted: Apr 04, 2009

New America Media, Chinese for Affirmative Action and the U.S. Census Bureau invite you to a roundtable discussion on ethnic medias role in the 2010 Census

What: Roundtable discussion on 2010 Census with ethnic media

Who: David Campos, San Francisco Supervisor
Carmen, Chu, San Francisco Supervisor,
Phil Ting, San Francisco Assessor-Recorder
Mike Burns, Deputy Regional Director, Seattle Region, U.S. Census Bureau

When: Tuesday, May 5, 2009, 10:30 a.m. 1:00p.m.
(Lunch included)

Where: New America Media
275 9th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

Parking: Metered parking on 9th Street; 1-hour parking on Folsom Street
2-hour parking garage on 8th Street and Howard Street
Parking garage on 7th Street and Howard Street

Why: 2010 Census will count every single individual living in the United States. Some of the most difficult individuals to count are immigrants and minorities. Ethnic media will be an important intermediary for the 2010 Census count. Please join us to hear from 2010 Census officials as well as to share your views about how to reach your community.

RSVP: Dana Levine: dlevine@newamericamedia.org, 415-503-4170

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