Mind the Gap - Because economic inequality in the U.S. is too big to ignore.

Hyatt Hurts - Take Action

July 23, 2012 — ts
Support Hyatt Housekeepers - HyattHurts.org

Boycott Hyatt and cast your vote to join the movement to make them change there ways. Hyatt has replaced career housekeepers with temp workers earning minimum wage. Hyatt housekeepers have heavy workloads that can lead to debilitating pain and injuries. Hyatt has fired women shortly after they have spoken out about abuse and indignities at work.

Robin Hood is STILL Right

July 6, 2012 — Haoyu Wu
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Robin Hood and his ragtag crew who took from the rich to give to the poor were simply serving justice in an unfair medieval economy. Today, feudal lords protected by high castle walls do not rule our economy, but we are again living in an age of extreme income and wealth inequality. A Robin Hood-like hero will not rescue us. Together, however, we can achieve truly heroic feats.

FREE WEBINAR: After the Gift: How to build donor loyalty

June 21, 2012 — Shannon M.
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How can organizations working for tax fairness cultivate a strong and loyal donor base? This free Tax Fairness Tune-Up webinar will provide practical tips for grassroots organizers to build a strong donor program to keep supporters engaged year after year. Register today!

UFE has Moved!

June 18, 2012 — Shannon M.
UFE has moved!

We wish to inform all our members, partners, potential members and the public that United for a Fair Economy's offices have moved to a new address in Boston!

Eight Reasons You Should Agree With Will Smith on Taxes

May 11, 2012 — Maz
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"America has been fantastic" to Will Smith. The 43 year-old actor, who makes an average salary of $36 million and has an estimated net worth of $215 million, has "no problem" paying higher taxes for the good of the country. Here are eight reasons why you should agree that the rich should pay higher taxes.

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