Nov. 1: American Poverty and Taxation: The Distributive Implications of Tax Reform

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Wednesday, November 1, 2017
12:45pm – 2:00pm

Furman Hall 212
Please RSVP here.
Light lunch will be provided.

This event is part of the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice’s American Poverty and Human Rights Series. Join us for a panel discussion on how the U.S. tax system affects the human rights of people living in poverty. How will proposed changes to the tax code impact poverty and inequality? What might alternative tax reforms look like?


David Kamin
NYU School of Law

Niko Lusiani
Center for Economic and Social Rights

Shawn Sebastian
Center for Popular Democracy

Ariel Stevenson
NYU School of Law

Moderated by

Nikki Reisch
Center for Human Rights and Global Justice

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Read here for more on the American Poverty and Human Rights Series.


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