Thursday, January 14, 2010

Black coalition pushes for 'unified' 2010 Census tally

African Americans are working to get black immigrants to fill in the Census forms. They realize how important it is to have an accurate count. - - Donna Poisl

The campaign to get blacks to participate in the 2010 Census has forged an unprecedented bond between two groups that have not traditionally shared common goals: African Americans and black immigrants.

Civil rights organizations and advocates for the growing Caribbean and African immigrant population are setting aside differences and have formed the Unity Diaspora Coalition to push all blacks to fill out the federal forms.
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