Census Bureau Preliminary 2019 Test Talking Points

Yalla Count Me In: Disinformation 101

Yalla Count Me In: Census and Security

Yalla Count Me In: 2020 Census: Responding Online

Yalla Count Me In: 2020 Census: Protecting Yourself Against Scams

Yalla Count Me In: What is Disinformation?

Yalla Count Me In: Detecting Disinformation

AARP Census Fraud and Scams Tips

AARP Census Fraud and Scams Tips (Chinese)

AARP Census Fraud and Scams Tips (Korean)

AARP Census Fraud and Scams Tips (Vietnamese)

AARP Census Fraud and Scams Tips (Spanish)

Guidelines for Partners - Supporting Self-Response for 2020 Census

U.S. Census Bureau: The 2020 Census and Confidentiality

U.S. Census Bureau: The 2020 Census and Confidentiality (Spanish)

IL Count Me In 2020: Census Confidentiality Laws Factsheet

NALEO Census 101 Fact Sheet

NALEO Bilingual Hotline Fact Sheet

NALEO Bilingual Census Hotline Fact Sheet (Spanish)

What Does the 2020 Census Ask Me?

How Do I Respond to the 2020 Census and What Does it Ask Me?

Brennan Center for Justice - Federal Laws That Protect Census Confidentiality

Census Bureau - Counting Young Children in the 2020 Census

NALEO Census 2020: Make Health Centers Count

National GOTC Hubs - June 2019

AAJC/NALEO Debunking Citizenship Question Myths

Leadership Conference Ed Fund: Citizenship Question Fact Sheet

NALEO Citizenship Question Fact Sheet

Leadership Conference Ed Fund: Census and Civil Rights

Illinois Fact Sheet: Why the Census Matters for Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Communities

National Fact sheet: Why the Census Matters for Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Communities

NALEO Ed Fund: Census Children Undercount (EN/SP Versions)

NALEO Ed Fund: Census 2020

NALEO Ed Fund: Censo 2020 (Spanish)

Census Counts 2020: Estimating Outreach Costs for Hard-to-Count Communities

National LGBTQ Census Task Force Fact Sheet

Federal plain language guidelines

Federal plain language guidelines webpage

These are the official guidelines for the Plain Writing Act of 2010. These guidelines were developed to help you and your agency write clearly, so your users can:

  • Find what they need
  • Understand what they find
  • Use what they find to meet their needs

Federal Government Site on Plain Language/Plain Writing Act of 2010

Center for Plain Language Report Card Overview

Plain Language Resources from the U.S. Census Bureau

Communicate Health Blog Post