Every 10 years, the U.S. Census Bureau counts all the people living in the United States.
- To help with the distribution of more than $675 billion per year in federal funds spent on educational programs, schools, health care, and other vital programs and infrastructure.
- To see how America is changing. The Census defines on a broad level who we are as a country. The data identifies people and areas in need of engagement, services, businesses, and programs.
- To ensure each community gets the right number of representatives. Apportionment determines how members of the House of Representatives will be divided among the states.
- To redraw congressional and state legislative districts. Every 10 years boundaries must shift to ensure each district has approximately the same population.
How the Census Benefit the Adosa Community?
Census data provides policy makers with accurate demographic information so that effective and representative policies can be enacted. The allocation of funds can change dramatically based on population trends.
The data is also helpful in making the case for development and jobs.
Where should new homes be built? What neighborhoods need revitalizing? Which programs are failing to reach and help Adosa? Are services designed to assist Adosa going to other places?
And we can all use the data to create and support community initiatives involving legislation, quality-of-life and other issues.
Every black person in america is not adosa.
ours lineage is unique, so are our needs.
What do you want me to do?
When you get your ballot, look for this question.
Mark your race then write in your ethnicity - Adosa. That's it.
Now spread the word.
January 4, 1894
His ancestors for two hundred and seventy years have lived and laboured and died, on American soil, and millions of his posterity have inherited Caucasian blood.
Ask, in view of this admixture, as well as other facts, where the people of this race are to go. It will be difficult to find their native land anywhere outside of the United States.
Quote Source / Frederick Douglass
Don't bow to scare tactics.
The data is protected by law. Your names and address can never be shared. Statistical data will be available on the web but you can not be personally identified.