The Census Bureau collects race data according to U.S. Office of Management and Budget guidelines, and these data are based on self-identification. People may choose to report more than one race group. People of any race may be of any ethnic origin.
Native American Heritage Day: November 26, 2021
The 2020 Census counted the American Indian and Alaska Native alone population at about 3.7M and the alone or in combination population at about 9.7M.
Using Demographic Benchmarks to Help Evaluate 2020 Census Results
One of the primary methods of evaluating the quality of a census is comparing the results to other population benchmarks.
American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month: November 2021
The first American Indian Day was celebrated in May 1916 in New York.
2020 Census Tribal Consultations with Federally Recognized Tribes
To garner input on the 2020 Disclosure Avoidance System and to give current 2020 census updates to federally recognized tribes.
2020 Census Technical Meeting with Navajo Nation
To present information on the 2020 census and to report on follow up items from the 2016 tribal consultation meeting.
Subjective Well-Being of Eldercare Providers: 2012-2013
This is a research report on subjective well-being of eldercare providers, using data from the American Time Use Survey.
Usability Testing of Race/Hispanic Questions in the Census 2012-2020
Overview of usability testing from 2012-2020 of the race and Hispanic origin questions adapted for the online decennial census form.
Racial Disparities in Women’s Occupational Mobility
Racial disparities exist in occupational mobility, with Black and Hispanic women less likely to exit service occupations than White, non-Hispanic women.
The Intersectionality of the STEM Workforce
Does employment in STEM occupations differ by sex, race and Hispanic origin?