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All About Census 2020

JCC of Greater Pittsburgh • Levinson Hall, 5738 Forbes Avenue, Squirrel Hill

February 10, 2020

7-8:30 pm
Hopeful Conversation: All About Census 2020
Every person counts and should be counted!

This evening will help you better understand:

  • Interfaith teachings about the value of every person
  • The myths, truths and logistics about Census 2020
  • Important information about how we are all impacted by Census 2020
  • Opportunities to sign up for part-time jobs to help make sure this census is a complete count

Presenters will include spiritual, civic and community leaders.

Light Refreshments

RSVP to CFLK2020
by Thursday, February 6

Read the Blog: We are still dreaming. Let’s ensure every person is counted

Find out why a complete count of Allegheny County matters by watching some of these videos HERE

For more information:

Rev. Liddy Barlow, Christian Associates of Southwest PA [email protected]

Rabbi Ron Symons, JCC Center for Loving Kindness [email protected]

For information about the February 18 event, Spiritual Leaders: We Have to Talk…About Census 2020

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