The National Muslim Census Day is a campaign launched by USCMO and its member organizations to encourage the Muslim community to participate in the national census and be counted.
The National Census Day starts today, Wednesday, April 1, 2020. By now, every American household will have received an invitation to participate in the 2020 Census. That is why mosques and Islamic centers across the country are declaring the following Friday – the day of Jummah – “National Muslim Census Day” – to remind the Muslim community about the importance of participating in the U.S. Census. By May, the U.S. Census Bureau will begin following up with households that have not responded.
Read more about the 2020 Census and how the Census Bureau protects your data. If you have questions about something you’ve heard about the census, visit Fighting 2020 Census Rumors to get the most accurate information. You can also report rumors and misinformation at firstname.lastname@example.org.