CAPAC to Hold National Census Teleconference:
Engaging Asian and Pacific Islander Communities
for the 2010 Decennial Census

This coming Monday, please join the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus (CAPAC) for a national census teleconference on ensuring an accurate count of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders for the 2010 census. The call provides an opportunity for the Census Bureau, congressional leaders, community stakeholders, and ethnic and mainstream media to have a dialogue on conducting outreach to this growing and diverse population.

Event: National Census Teleconference on ensuring accurate count of Asian American and Pacific Islander communities

Date:    March 23, 2009, 2-3pm EST

Speakers:
Rep. Michael Honda, CAPAC chair (other CAPAC members invited)
Arnold A. Jackson, Associate Director for Decennial Census U.S. Census Bureau
Terry Ao, Asian American Justice Center and the 2010 Census Advisory Committee
Bill Imada, IW Group
Other speakers to be determined

Call-in:   For call-in information, please respond to this form <http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=cEtUWHV3VGtaMU5uWTk3bjZlQlJnVWc6MA..> . Call-in information will be sent by the week’s end.

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