Language Access Resources
Developed by Jefferson Counts Partner Organizations
U.S. Census Bureau Language Resources:
The US Census Bureau has developed language access resources, all of which are available in 59-non English languages. The resources include:
- Printed Language Guides: Census language guides can be utilized to assist individuals in completing the Census. The guides also provide key information to help educate community members on the Census.
- Video Language Guides: These video language guides provide viewers with a step by step walk through of the online Census questionnaire.
- Language Glossaries: The language glossaries provide translations of commonly used terms for the 2020 Census.
- Posters and Graphics: Find posters and social media graphics in different languages by selecting the chosen language you’re searching for beneath the “filtering materials” box.
Complete Count Committee Language Resources:
Allegheny County and the City of Pittsburgh’s Complete Count Committee has developed a social media toolkit of digital resources available in Arabic, Chinese, English, Nepali, Russian, Spanish, Swahili and Uzbek.
Developed by Jefferson Counts Champion Organizations
- Bhutanese Community Association of Pittsburgh (BCAP) developed several resources in Nepali, including a video guide to complete the Census online and a video on the importance of taking the Census.
- Literacy Pittsburgh created video guides in English, Portuguese, French, and Arabic showing viewers how to complete the Census online. Their YouTube page also shares Census messages from community members.