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Black Census Project Results

“Black people have always played a role in unlocking the promise of an America that has not yet been realized, and if there was ever a time to tap into that power—it’s now.”

Alicia Garza
Principal, Black Futures Lab

Launched by Black Futures Lab in early 2018, the Black Census Project is the largest survey of Black people conducted in the United States since Reconstruction. Over 30,000 Black people from across the country participated in the Black Census Project, providing their views, political beliefs, concerns, and aspirations.

In the upcoming months, Black Futures Lab will release a series of reports that analyze and interpret the results of the Black Census. The first in this series of reports, More Black than Blue: Politics + Power in the 2019 Census, focuses on political engagement, economic and criminal justice issues.

Black Futures Lab will use the results of the 2019 Black Census to identify pressing legislative and policy priorities, turning this survey into a national, state, and municipal policy platform to guide 2020 Presidential candidates and other political hopefuls as they devise strategies to earn the support of Black voters.

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