Proposition 187 and a Changing California Dean Bonner November 6 2019 Twenty-five years ago, California voters approved Prop. 187, which sought to deny most public benefits to undocumented immigrants. Today, most Californians support policies to protect them.
Interview: Citizenship and the 2020 Census Vicki Hsieh, Eric McGhee June 27 2019 With the Supreme Court blocking the Trump administration’s plans to include a citizenship question on the 2020 Census, PPIC researcher Eric McGhee discusses what the decision means for California.
Video: Mobilizing the Inland Empire for the Census—and for the Future Mary Severance June 19 2019 At an event co-hosted by PPIC and the University of California, Riverside’s Center for Social Innovation, an expert panel discusses the Inland Empire’s community outreach approach for the 2020 Census and how the region aims to build this capacity for the long term.
California 2020: Census and Elections Are Important to Californians Alyssa Dykman, Lynette Ubois June 12 2019 With the next national census and the presidential election coming up next year, overwhelming majorities of Californians place great importance on participating in them.
Video: Preparing California for Census 2020 Mary Severance April 1 2019 At a recent PPIC event, a group of experts discussed how state and local governments, community organizations, philanthropy, researchers, the business community, and other stakeholders can work together to ensure that California is ready for next year’s census.