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Project Showcases Local Artists' Work To Promote 2020 Census

Project Showcases Local Artists' Work To Promote 2020 CensusIndianapolis leaders want every resident counted in the 2020 census, and a project called Count Me Indy showcases local artists' work to promote it. WFYI's Taylor Bennett spoke to one of the selected artists Aaron Scamihorn and Count Me Indy's campaign manager Callie Kennington.2020 census, Count Me Indy2020-01-27T00:00:00-05:00
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Project Showcases Local Artists' Work To Promote 2020 Census

Artist Aaron Scamihorn (left) and Count Me Indy campaign manager Callie Kennington (right).

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Indianapolis leaders want every resident counted in the 2020 census, and a project called Count Me Indy showcases local artists’ work to promote it.

WFYI’s Taylor Bennett spoke to one of the selected artists Aaron Scamihorn and Count Me Indy’s campaign manager Callie Kennington.

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