TIME SENSITIVE: Supreme Court Census Question Decision Press Conference Tomorrow 6/27

The Supreme Court will decide tomorrow as to whether or not to include a citizenship question on Census 2020. In response, the Alameda County Complete Count Committee is holding a press conference TOMORROW at noonWe invite individuals and organizations to attend and stand with us in affirming the importance of getting counted on Census 2020.We need a strong presence of supporters! If you can attend, PLEASE RSVP ASAP to benjamin.ulrey@acgov.org.Press Conference in Support of Alameda County Immigrant CommunitiesTOMORROW, June 27, at NOON at Alameda County Courthouse, 1225 Fallon Street in Downtown Oakland (please arrive a few minutes early!)Speakers: Alameda County Supervisors Wilma Chan and Nate Miley, a representative from Congresswoman’s Barbara Lee’s office, Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus, and multiple representatives from the immigrant community. Optional: Wear clothing that represents your organization (such as t-shirts or hats) or traditional attire that represents your ethnicity or culture.We will provide signs reading: “Our Community Counts. Our Community Belongs.”For more information, call Ben at 510-846-2066In partnership,Alameda Census Office
Casey Farmer, Executive Director
Alessia Simmonds, Outreach Manager
Ben Ulrey, Communications Coordinator

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