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Resources tagged as Economic Justice

We the Taxpayers Lesson Six: "Building the Movement"

 

PRINT 6.3 Changing the Tax Story

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We the Taxpayers Lesson Five: "Values to Tax By"

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We the Taxpayers Lesson Four: "What Taxes Can Do"

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We the Taxpayers Lesson Three: "The Taxes We Don't Pay"

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We the Taxpayers Lesson Two: "The Taxes We Pay"

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We the Taxpayers Lesson One: "Faith, Justice, and... Taxes?"

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Housing Lesson 2: Equitable Access

The slides will advance themselves on a timer, but you can use the controls at the bottom to pause, skip ahead, or repeat something. Make sure to wait when the slide titled “Case Study: Building Stable Communities” appears to hear about a New Jersey community’s efforts to fight foreclosure. Read more

Housing Lesson 1: The Racial Wealth Gap

The slides will advance themselves on a timer, but you can use the controls at the bottom to pause, skip ahead, or repeat something. Be sure to turn up your volume on the video slides to hear how the foreclosure crisis has disproportionately affected people of color. Read more

Mind the Gap!

Engage your communities by facilitating a Mind the Gap! workshop, exploring the realities of wealth disparity in the United States today. Read more

Labor Lesson 2: The Wage Gap

The slides will advance themselves on a timer, but you can use the controls at the bottom to pause, skip ahead, or repeat something. Make sure to wait when the slide titled “The Equal Pay Act of 1963” appears to hear Representative Louise Slaughter talk about the need for the Paycheck Fairness Act, an update of the Equal Pay Act that would more strongly prevent wage discrimination. Read more