Pendleton Blanket Giveaway – We Count – Shape Our Future- Census 2020 Giveaway

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Now is the time to Shape Our Future! Census 2020 will determine how millions of federal $ is divided over the next 10 years.  More importantly, the Census numbers will be used to determine representation on local, state, and federal levels.   Indian Country Counts In 2010 Amerian Indians were undercounted….

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Shape Our Future – 2020 Census Giveaway

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Many Native People Weren’t Counted in the Last Census The US Census occurs once every ten years. Since the first census in 1790 (229 years ago!) there have been 22 official censuses. This year, in January of 2020, the latest census will officially launch. There are a few purposes to….

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Lucky Number One – 90 Year Old Alaskan Native First To Be Counted in 2020 Census

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Lizzie Chimiugak, Alaskan Native, who is 90 years old and still going strong, was the very first person in the United States to be counted for the census, which is taken every 10 years. Alaska is always the first state to be counted and Chimiugak’s small town of Toksook Bay,….

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