On April 1st, U.S. Census Director Robert Groves will officially announce the results of the 2010 Census. But the social, economic and cultural ramifications of the data are already reshaping how Americans see themselves and their country, and rattling the cages of those who would rather hold on to outdated notions of who we are and where we are going. On March 23rd, in a concerted effort to communicate the significance and relevance of census data to the business community, Census Bureau Director Robert M. Groves will address hundreds of top marketing and advertising executives at a conference by the Advertising Research Foundation in New York City. The following day, the Bureau will release final numbers for state redistricting and 2010 Census Briefs on population distribution and race and ethnicity.
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