Each dot represents 500 people. Adults are red; children, blue. Younger children are thought to be chronically undercounted.

Each dot represents 500 people. Adults are red; children, blue. Younger children are thought to be chronically undercounted.

A new lawsuit alleges that minorities in Prince George’s County have been chronically undercounted for decades.

What does that mean for local Latino and African American communities? And what’s next for the 2020 census?

Guests

  • Bradford Berry Lead Counsel, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP); @NAACP
  • Leah Hendey Senior Research Associate, Urban Institute; @urbaninstitute
  • George Escobar Senior Director of Health and Human Services, CASA; @casaforall

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