BLACK MEN COUNT
BLACK MEN DESERVE THEIR FAIR SHARE
The 2020 Census will be online for the first time ever and Fair Count is committed to helping communities with little to no access to the Internet get connected. Our Technology department is researching Internet access all over this state and creating Internet installations complete with tablets and chromebooks for the community to use in areas that are hard to reach.
With a goal of more than 150 unique Internet installations, Fair Count seeks to bridge the technical divide and provide resources to communities in the long term.
FAITH AND COMMUNITY
In many communities, there is no more trusted leader than a leader of faith. Fair Count knows that often it’s Faith that ties a community together, connecting neighbor with neighbor, and in many instances in rural Georgia, town to town.
Fair Count has a formal partnership with the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church which boasts more than 540 locations throughout Georgia. Together, we are working to share information about the Census, community resources and political power to ensure that every person in Georgia receives their fair share.
Fair Count will have a full Faith Toolkit available to all faiths and denominations to assist in bringing the Census into the house of worship for both education and mobilization.