Census Trivia Kahoot

Master Your Census Knowledge with our Trivia Game!

If you didn’t attend our live Census trivia game, you missed out on a fun session of friendly competition. On our Zoom call, participants were on mute but they later reported that they were shouting of joy and frustration as we tested our knowledge of the Census.

But don’t worry, just because you missed our live event doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the fun. We are sharing our Census trivia game, hosted using the learning-platform Kahoot, with you. Playing this game will make you a Census master who will be able to answer questions about the census — from the most commonly asked to the the most weird (okay, maybe not the most weird).

Organizations or groups who are doing Census outreach are welcome to use the game as a fun way to train your census workers on the ins and outs of the Census. For organizations click on the link to “play as a group” below and have one person who is the “host” screenshare on a video call (or, if in person, project the screen) to play. Participants can use a computer or smartphone to play. All that’s needed is an internet browser and access to internet.

You can also play at your own pace as an individual (below)! When playing as an individual, what you entered as your “nickname” and your score will be shared with other folks who play the game later, so keep that in mind when choosing your nickname.

Please let us know what you think about the game by tagging us on social media @aapiforceef. We hope you have fun and learn a lot!

Join Our Teach In: Teach-In: Building Working Class AAPI Political Power in CA

APA Heritage Month Teach-In: Building Working Class AAPI Political Power in California

As we celebrate APA heritage month, it’s important to recognize that Asian American and Pacific Islander communities possess not only a culturally dense and diverse history, but also that our peoples stem from histories of resistance, survival, resilience, and power. Join us as we share and celebrate our communities’ history of building power for working class Cambodian, Chinese, Hmong, Filipino, Lao, Mien, Khmu, and broader Asian American and Pacific Islander communities throughout California.

We are a united front of people who come from farmworkers, domestic workers, immigrants, and refugees. Time and time again, our communities have fought to gain political influence. We’ve battled the greed of corporate interests, the racism and xenophobia of white supremacy, and the intersectional struggles of sexism, homophobia, and other oppressive structures that attempt to divide us and disempower us. But our common histories and values unite us in the fight for a better California that represents working class AAPIs.

While banks bail out big corporations instead of supporting small businesses in the midst of COVID-19, our community groups are delivering care packages to elders, providing work-from-home employment opportunities for youth, and setting up emergency stabilization funds. We are the people keeping California thriving, and it’s time that California reflects our values.

Learn more about our histories, what lies ahead for our movement, and how you can get involved and #Represent alongside us.

The teach-in will be hosted by the AAPIs for Civic Empowerment coalition, which consists of Khmer Girls in ActionChinese Progressive AssociationFilipino Advocates for JusticeAsian Pacific Environmental Network, and Hmong Innovating Politics.

**This will be a virtual teach-in, so you can join us from any location!**

May 15th, 2020 from 2:00-3:30pm PST