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Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 census is still taking place. It's mostly online, which means many people without internet access could be left out of the count. On National Census Day, we're breaking down why inaccurate census data disproportionately hurts indigenous communities within the US.
In this episode:
Journalist and Cherokee Nation citizen Jen Deerinwater (@JenDeerinwater), and Al Jazeera producer Anar Virji (@anarvirji) in Washington, DC.
US census kicks off at remote Alaskan village
Paper Genocide: The Erasure of Native People in Census Counts
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