Michael Young

Next Tuesday, let your principals guide you

October 30, 2014 — Michael Young
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Next week, on November 4th another election day will be upon us.  While we do not believe that voting alone will bring about the change that we need to achieve economic justice, it is one step towards building a movement that is needed for radical change to occur. And let’s not be fooled—radical change is needed in this country.

New Yorkers push for pre-k funding!

January 8, 2014 — Michael Young
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We're Hiring!

December 17, 2013 — Michael Young
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We are excited to announce that we are hiring for three positions at United for a Fair Economy.

TFOC Annual Conference-2013

March 13, 2013 — Michael Young
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Mark your calendars! The Tax Fairness Organizing Collaborative is excited to announce that our annual conference for 2013, will be taking place in Boston on June 4th, 5th and 6th.

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Webinar: Using Film in Your Economic Justice Campaigns

February 12, 2013 — Michael Young
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This webinar explores how to effectively integrate film into economic fairness campaigns. How do social issue documentary films do more than just raise awareness? How can you leverage the story in a documentary film to advance your efforts? How can you effectively rally local audiences around your cause once the lights come up? WATCH NOW.

Estate Tax Teleconference - December 2012

December 11, 2012 — Michael Young
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On Tuesday, December 11th, 2012, UFE's Responsible Wealth project hosted a national press teleconference to announce the first 36 prominent signers of the Responsible Estate Tax Proposal

Take Action Now to Preserve and Strengthen the Estate Tax

December 11, 2012 — Michael Young
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Tell the your elected officials to preserve and strengthen the estate tax. In the face of the fiscal cliff, raising more revenue from the estate tax is the best solution to avoid painful cuts. Preserving vital social programs (like Head Start, food stamps, and community development block grants) is more important than tax breaks for the top 0.15% of Americans. But this isn’t just about the dollar figures. It’s about our shared values as a society and the creation of equal opportunities for everyone.
 
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