Come to Your Census: Yesica Prado

May 20, 2023

About La Historia Society

Welcome to La Historia Society, a dedicated platform committed to promoting community engagement, as well as celebrating cultural heritage and diversity. We strive to share inspiring stories, advocate for social causes, and foster positive change within our communities.

Why the Census Matters

The census plays a significant role in shaping our communities and determining the allocation of resources. It provides valuable data essential for accurate representation and informed decision-making by policymakers. Every ten years, the United States Census Bureau conducts a thorough count of the population, capturing a snapshot of the nation's demographic, economic, and social characteristics.

The Role of Yesica Prado

Yesica Prado, a passionate advocate for community development and social equality, has undertaken a vital mission to ensure accurate representation in the census. With her leadership, our efforts aim to encourage full participation and raise awareness about the long-term impact of an inclusive and comprehensive census.

Benefits of Participating

Participating in the census benefits both individuals and communities. Here are some compelling reasons why your census response matters:

1. Allocation of Resources

Accurate census data directly influences federal funding allocation for public services such as healthcare, education, transportation, and social welfare programs. By participating in the census, you contribute to the fair distribution of resources needed to improve your community's well-being.

2. Political Representation

Census data determines the number of congressional seats each state receives, as well as legislative districts at various levels of government. Your participation in the census ensures fair representation and an inclusive political system that reflects the diverse voices within your community.

3. Planning and Research

Government agencies, businesses, and researchers heavily rely on census data to make informed decisions and plan for the future. By providing accurate information, you contribute to robust data that informs vital research, effective policymaking, and strategic community development initiatives.

Yesica Prado: Leading the Change

Yesica Prado, with her vast experience in community organizing and advocacy, has dedicated herself to ensuring everyone's participation in the census. Through educational initiatives, outreach programs, and community events, she strives to create awareness and empower individuals to be counted.

Get Involved

Join Yesica Prado and La Historia Society in making a difference by actively participating in the census:

1. Spread the Word

Help us raise awareness about the census and its significance within your community. Share our social media posts, distribute informational material, and encourage your friends, family, and neighbors to participate.

2. Volunteer

Consider volunteering your time and expertise to support census outreach efforts. Collaborate with local organizations, attend community events, and engage with individuals to ensure everyone understands the importance of being counted.

3. Be Counted

Most importantly, be an active participant in the census. Fill out your census form accurately and encourage others to do the same. By doing so, you contribute to the quality and reliability of the data that shapes the future of your community.


Accurate census data is essential for creating positive change, driving policymaking, and ensuring equal representation. La Historia Society, through the efforts of Yesica Prado, invites you to actively participate in the census and be a part of the broader movement towards building stronger, more inclusive communities.

Laurie Field
It's incredible to hear Yesica Prado's story and the impact the census can have on our communities. As a society, it's crucial that we all participate and ensure accurate representation. The census serves as a powerful tool in shaping our neighborhoods, providing resources, and making important decisions. Let's come together and make our voices count!
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