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African Americans and the Census: Annual Black History Month Program

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The National Black Theater

2031 5th Avenue

New York, NY 10035

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Join us to discuss the significance of an accurate census count to the African American community with city and community leaders!

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We will present the historical context of the undercount in a PPT presentation and its impact on the Black community. This will prepare us for a fruitful discussion with community leaders who will change history in NYC in 2020.

Speakers: Welcome by The Lythcotts (owners of NBT in its 50+ years)

Historical Presentation - Laurie Daniel-Favors Esq., General Counsel, Center for Law & Social Justice, Medgar Evers College

Esteemed Guests: Julie Menin, NYC Census Director; Lea Potter, TA President Lincoln Houses ,NYCHA (rep); Senator Brian Benjamin, Assemblywoman Inez E. Dickens, Assemblyman Al Taylor, Assemblyman Robert Rodriguez, Senator Robert Jackson, Assemblyman Keith Wright (ret.), and other guests.

For all inquiries please contact: harlemwomenstrong@gmail.com

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