Complete the 2020 Census by tomorrow, September 30!

A person walks down a long, bright hallway with high ceilings in NYC's World Trade Center. To the left is a bright screen going down the length of the passageway featuring a colorful illustration created by Mona Chalabi for her project 100 New Yorkers.
Mona Chalabi's 100 New Yorkers in Westfield World Trade Center. Photo by Ian Douglas.

In 100 New Yorkers, artist Mona Chalabi uses census data to show the beauty, strength, and resilience that comes from the city’s diverse community.

Chalabi’s work allows New Yorkers to visualize themselves as part of a multi-layered and intertwined society. Every individual makes up an important and powerful part of our community. Show that you count, and get the representation and funding your community deserves by filling out the 2020 Census. Tomorrow, September 30, is the last day to complete the census!

Census data translates into political representation and federal funding for public education, affordable housing, infrastructure, and more. It is important that New Yorkers stand up and be counted in the census to shape the future of our city for years to come.

Take just a few minutes to respond to the 2020 Census online at, by phone, or by mail!

Mona Chalabi’s 100 New Yorkers is presented by LMCC in partnership with Westfield World Trade Center, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and with exclusive print partner Absolut Art as part of River to River 2020: Four Voices.

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