The 2020 Citizenship Census Question; Toys ‘R’ Us Closures; Virgil Abloh; Zoo Inclusion Initiatives

March 29, 2018
 
Census Bureau forms

In this March 15, 2010, file photo, copies of the 2010 Census forms are seen during a news conference in Phoenix to kickoff a national drive as Census forms are mailed to everyone. To keep pace with rapidly changing notions of race, the Census Bureau wants to make broad changes to its surveys that would treat "Hispanic" as a distinct category regardless of race, end use of the term "Negro" and offer new ways to identify Middle Easterners. The recommendations released Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2012, stem from new government research on the best ways to count the nation's demographic groups.

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On the 21st: Citizenship questions on the U.S. Census Bureau may affect population counts in 2020. Plus, Toys R Us to close all stores, ending a brand that has been around for decades. Also, maybe Rockford, Illinois can considered a fashion hub as the home of the new artistic director for Louis Vuitton, Virgil Abloh. And, the Brookfield Zoo is creating a new sensory-friendly room.