Arab Americans Decry Census Data Collection

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Some Arab Americans are criticizing the Department of Homeland Security for collecting U.S. census information about them and say they distrust how that data will be used. Census officials, who need people to trust them enough to be counted, are also reconsidering their actions. Hear NPR's Libby Lewis.

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