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Global Diversity Awareness Month: October 2021

Report Number CB21-SFS.135
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From Census.gov > History: Census Bureau Diversity: “The U.S. Census Bureau was one of the first government agencies to hire men and women of many races and ethnicities. Census Bureau enumerators and supervisors bring with them the local knowledge, language skills, and cultural understanding needed to make the census successful.”

Key Stats

Source: 2020 Census.

More Stats

Source: 2010-2020 Population Estimates and 2010 Census.

Note: To understand the SEX, ORIGIN, and RACE column numeric codes in the table above, check the File Layout.

Note: To understand the SEX, ORIGIN, and RACE column numeric codes in the table above, check the File Layout.


Source: 2019 American Community Survey (ACS), 1-Year Estimates.


From Census Academy > Data Gems:


From the Library:


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From Statistics in Schools (SIS), Classrooms Powered by Census Data:


Sources: 2010 American Community Survey (ACS), 1-Year Estimates; 2010 Census and 1940 Census.

The 1940 Census came at a momentous time in our nation’s history — as we recovered from the Great Depression and not long before our entry into World War II. It was also the first census that looked deeper into the details of much of American life.

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