Historically, the LGBTQ+ community has been undercounted in the Census. Why does this matter and what can we do to change this?
2 Actions the Trump Administration Has Taken to Undermine the Census and How You Can Help
Black, Indigenous, and people of color, as well as LGBTQ+ people, immigrants, and low-income people have been traditionally undercounted in the census. Recent actions by the Trump administration promise to deepen this disparity.
LGBTQ Parents and the 2020 Census: The Surprising Emotions of Fulfilling a Basic Civic Responsibility
At the end of March, after accumulating a stack of reminders from the Census Bureau, I finally filled out the 2020 Census for my family. My life – and LGBTQ equality – has evolved considerably since the last time I completed the Census ten years ago. I’ve gone from being single and living alone to being married with two children. And, in the last ten years, we have made major strides toward equality for LGBTQ people, including nationwide marriage equality.
Facts about LGBTQ Families
Last Updated August 2017 How many LGBTQ people are there in the United States? LGBTQ: Approximately 4.3% of adults in the U.S. identify as lesbian,
Report: All Children Matter
Public policy should strive to act in the best interests of children. However, there are 2 million children being raised by LGBT parents–children from all