Whether or not you were able to join us for yesterday’s webinar “Power in Numbers: Putting 2010 Census Data to Use,” you can still access it online!

You can download both the PowerPoint presentation and the audio portion (in MP3 format) or watch the full presentation online.

If you have questions for any of our presenters, feel free to contact them directly.

Terri Ann Lowenthal
Consultant Specializing in Census and Federal Statistics
TerriAnn2K@aol.com

Todd Clausen
Data Center Coordinator
Neighborhood Data Center Program, Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee
(414) 344-3933 x140
tclausen@nonprofitcentermilwaukee.org

Lindsey Hodel
Director of Training and Partnerships
Nonprofit VOTE
(303) 910-5700
lhodel@nonprofitvote.org

Here are some of the 2010 Census resources discussed during the webinar:

The Census Bureau has also produced two briefs:

To access Census, American Community Survey, and other types of data, visit the Census Bureau’s American Fact Finder and the New American Fact Finder (still in beta). Learn how in a tutorial on using the Fact Finder.

Other interesting resources include the Current Population Survey’s Voting and Registration Report, as well as great visual tools such as the 2010 Census Data Widget and the New York Times’ Mapping America Project.

To find even more information, check out the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) and the National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership.

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