Morgan Counts is a collaborative project of the Institute for Urban Research, Earl S. Richardson Library and the Department of Economics to engage the Morgan Community in the 2020 Census.
Glenn Robinson, IUR, email@example.com
Bryan Fuller, Richardson Library, firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda Loubert, Economics, email@example.com
Every ten years the Federal Government conducts a census to count the number of people living in the United States. The census is mandated by Article 1 Sec. 2 of the United States Constitution as amended in 1868.
Information gathered by the census is used to determine the number of representatives in each congressional district and to distribute federal money, which is apportioned according to the number of people in each area.
Students housed on the campus will be reported by the University.
If you live off campus, you’ll need to respond to the 2020 Census. Because unlike your on-campus classmates, you likely haven’t been counted through campus housing. Here’s your opportunity to impact funding for programs like Pell Grants and health care services.
The 1920 Census showing 11 year-old Thoroughgood (Thurgood) Marshall at 1632 Division Street in the Upton neighborhood.