Advancing racial equity through tax policy


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Hundreds of policymakers, advocates, community leaders, students, and other civic-minded Washingtonians will be at the Budget & Policy Center’s 2019 Budget Matters Policy Summit to join in the discussion about the racist impacts of our broken tax code – and how we can work together to advance bold policy solutions that will help address these systemic inequities. Tax policy and racial justice experts Michael Mitchell from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities and Misha Hill from the Institute for Taxation and Economic Policy will be featured speakers at the summit. More speakers will be announced soon!

October 2 | Northwest African American Museum

Time: 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. (estimated time)
Early Bird rate: $60 (after September 6, ticket price is $75)
Scholarship rate: $25

Light breakfast and coffee will be served and Budget Matters attendees will also receive full-day access to all of the museum galleries.

You may also sign up as a volunteer for Budget Matters (and receive a free ticket!). Please email bnpinfo@budgetandpolicy.org for more information.

Accessibility

NAAM is ADA accessible. We will do our best to provide additional accommodations (ie: hearing devices, special seating, ASL interpreters, etc.) by request. Please email bnpinfo@budgetandpolicy.org.

About the Washington State Budget & Policy Center

The Washington State Budget & Policy Center uses research and analysis to advance the well-being of Washington communities, improve the economic security and social opportunity of all in the state, and support the essential role of government in promoting a just and prosperous society. Learn more about our team, our impact, and how we keep equity at the forefront of our work.

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