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2020 Census

View Recorded Sessions: State of Hispanic Race and Ethnicity

State of Hispanic Race and Ethnicity

In September 2017, CRGE held a symposium titled the State of Hispanic Race and Ethnicity: Census 2020 Changes and Implications for Addressing Social Inequality. The event convened a distinguished group of thought leaders, scholars, researchers, practitioners, and policy makers whose collective expertise contributed to the national conversation on implications of proposed 2020 Census changes to the race/ethnicity question.

Over one hundred people attended and engaged in this intellectual and politically challenging conversation.  If you were not able to attend and would like to view a recording of the sessions, please visit this page on the CRGE website. You can also read about the conference in the following GRADTERP article. Pictures can be viewed on the CRGE Facebook page.  

A special thanks to our event co-sponsors: College of the Arts and Humanities-DRIF award, Center for Global Migration Studies, Critical Race Initiative, Department of Sociology, Department of Women’s Studies, The Graduate School’s Office of Graduate Diversity and Inclusion, Latin American Studies Center; Maryland Population Research Center; Office of Community Engagement; and US Latina/o Studies Program.

Below are a few national resources also advocating the importance of cultural understanding as it affects the health and well-being of all Americans.