As a way to get out the word about the 2020 census, the undergraduate leadership of the NPHC has come together and released a video reminding people how important the census is to our community.
The video, which was realesed on Monday, includes the undergraduate leaders of the Divine 9 fraternities and sororities informing and urging viewers to take the census as soon as they can.
To add to this, the National Pan-Hellenic Council is hosting their 2020 Census Awareness Week from March 23-27th.
“The NPHC has designated this week to ensure each of our organization’s commitment to being counted in the 2020 Census and spreading awareness throughout our communities,” their social media post about the week states.
“The Coronavirus is affecting all of us, and continues to worsen. While our organizations continue to assess and monitor the spread of COVID-19, we are happy to report that the Census Awareness Week is 100% virtual. All of the daily activities can be completed through individual and/or collective social media efforts. For the Friday activity, we encourage creative and SAFE ways to spread awareness of the 2020 Census. From community-wide webinars, e-blasts, and more!”
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