Interrogating Systems of Oppression: U.S. Tax Policy with Adam Schneider & GOTV with SWCOS 11/30

What does tax policy have to do with social work? Although exploitation is an essential feature of capitalism, the economic inequality we witness in society today is not merely a feature of market forces; it is also the result of intentional public policy decisions - including those in tax policy. This opaque system, cleverly disguised as boring and mundane, houses some of the most insidious forms of social and economic control. Join us Monday, November 30th at 12 pm to explore U.S. tax policy as a mechanism of structural oppression and discuss what must be done to achieve economic justice.


Zoom link: https://umaryland.zoom.us/j/4833567427?pwd=Sk85Slp3bVc4U2NkUFEvTUtNTGdWZz09#success

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