Not always as simple as "Check race here"
"The most private question on this year’s form asks for an individual’s race, and that question has been asked by every census since the 1790 census conducted under then-President George Washington."
— PolitiFact National
on Wednesday, April 7th, 2010
It's 10 questions, and there's no long form
"This census is also the shortest and least intrusive count in modern history."