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Workshop 6
Lectures & Activities

List of Transcripts, Activities, and Reflections

This workshop explores how the census requires Americans to think about their racial and ethnic identities and how census data can be used.

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Transcripts:

Lecture Transcript One: The Census and American Identity
Lecture Transcript Two: Race and Ethnicity As Census Categories
Lecture Transcript Three: How Were Resources Allocated?

Activities:

Activity One: How Would You Fill Out the Census Form?
Activity Two: What Resources Are Needed in a Community?
Activity Three: Final Thoughts on the Census

Reflections:

Reflection One: Filling Out the Census Form
Reflection Two: What Resources Are Needed in a Community?

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