Tax Day: What’s Health Equity Got to Do With It?

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Our taxes can be an important component in that effort: by pooling our resources together for collective good, we can invest in health-promoting policies, and shift our resources away from systems that perpetuate harm and deepen inequities.

Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II

At its best, budget and policy change is accessible to everyday people looking to improve conditions where they live, work, and play.

How would you reallocate funding in your jurisdiction to promote health equity?

Resources and actions to shift the narrative on taxes and health

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