Wednesday, January 22, 2020
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
5th Floor of the J. Paul Leonard Library
Free - RSVP required
Join us for a discussion on the U.S. Census, why it matters, and its historical context presented by the curators of the UC Berkeley Library Census Exhibit. The talk includes major topics covered in the exhibit such as Race/Ethnicity issues through census history; measuring immigration; the citizenship question controversy; and the census and genealogy. For more information on the UC Berkeley Library Census Exhibit, visit https://exhibits.lib.berkeley.edu/spotlight/census .