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Tax March Sacramento is completely volunteer led, so 100% of your donation funds:
- Stage and Professional sound
- Chemical Toilets and Sanitation
- Tables for first aid
- Chairs for disabled demonstrators and more.
It costs approximately $2 per demonstrator to put on this event. We appreciate anything you can give, though donation is not required.
Please click the link below, for your tax deductible donation, or to buy an official "Repeal the Tax Scam" T-Shirt.
If you would like to mail a paper check:
Please make checks out to: "SocialGood" and write "Tax March Sacramento" in the memo field.
Please Mail checks to:
PO Box 5473
Richmond, CA 94805
Who is Tax March Sacramento?
We are 100% volunteer led, in our efforts to organize actions in a movement to promote transparency, and fight against corruption, starting with the presidency. We believe that President Trump should release his tax returns, as promised.
We’re also a proud partner of the national Not One Penny coalition along with the national Tax March, Health Care Voter, MoveOn.org, AFT, Credo, Indivisible, Patriotic Millionaires and over fifty others. We fight because we know that 'not one penny' of tax cuts should go to millionaires, billionaires, and wealthy corporations at the expense of Medicare, Medicaid, and working families. See more information at NotOnePenny.org.
The Tax March is supported or endorsed by the American Federation of Teachers, Americans for Tax Fairness, the Center for Popular Democracy, Indivisible Project, MoveOn.Org, SEIU 1000, Our Revolution, and the Working Families Party. Sacramento organizations include the Women’s March on Sacramento, Sacramento Indivisible Regional Action Network (SIRAN), Indivisible Sacramento, Indivisible Yolo, Resistance Sacramento/Elk Grove, No DAPL, Elk Grove-South County Dems, Organize Win Legislate Sacramento (OWLS), Green Democratic Club of Sacramento County, Swing Left, Move To Amend and many others.
Tax March Sacramento Blog
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Dr. Charleen Fisher-Salmon
Dr. Fisher-Salmon, Gwich'in and Upper Koyukon Athabascan from Beaver, Alaska, is the Council of Athabascan Tribal Governments' (CATG) Executive Director. Charleen graduated with a BA in Political Science, Master's of Education and has defended her dissertation in the Cross-Cultural Studies Indigenous Studies PhD Program at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. She also has an Educational Leadership Graduate Certificate from the University of Alaska Anchorage. Working to indigenize CATG, Charleen has incorporated management structures into the day-to-day operations within this tribal organization that support capacity development and the incorporation of Indigenous values and practices. Charleen is the wife of Darrel Salmon, mom of four beautiful daughters (Shelby, Julia, Allyson, and Shani) and grandmother to Hunter.
Tax March Speakers
Nicole Gill is the Executive Director of Tax March, where she works with a large coalition of progressive organizations and policy experts to advance economic campaigns focused on helping working families. Under Nicole's leadership, the inaugural Tax March engaged more than 125,000 people at 200+ marches across the country. Since those original marches, Tax March launched and led the Not One Penny campaign against the TrumpTax including running millions of dollars in paid ads, organizing hundreds of grassroots events, and developing the progressive message against the GOP Tax Scam. Prior to joining Tax March, Nicole was a vice president at SKDKnickerbocker where she oversaw communications campaigns for advocacy groups and coalitions. She received her Master of Public Administration from NYU’s Wagner School of Public Service.
Charis Hill is a writer and chronic disease advocate in Sacramento, California. Her story with Ankylosing Spondylitis has been featured in dozens of publications and news outlets including the Associated Press, Arthritis Today Magazine, Mother Jones, CNBC, and her blog, BeingCharis.com. She is featured in an upcoming documentary, Becoming Incurable. Follow her on Twitter @BeingCharisBlog
Keyan Bliss is Move to Amend's Grassroots Volunteer Co-Coordinator and a graduate of Indiana University with a BA in political science. He sees the goal of ending corporate constitutional rights and money as protected speech to be a crucial first step towards real change within US society. Once the “We the People” Amendment is adopted into the Constitution, he hopes to expand constitutional reform to include a new bill of rights to expand the protection of civil liberties to all human beings without distinction.
March for Science Speakers
Dr. Rebecca Calisi Rodríguez
Dr. Calisi Rodríguez is a wildlife biologist, neuroscientist, social justice advocate, and assistant professor at UC Davis. Originally from Texas, she earned her PhD in Integrative Biology from UC Berkeley in 2010. Now, she leads a research team that studies how gene activity in the brain controls animal behavior and reproduction. Dr. Calisi Rodríguez is also a faculty member of the UC Davis Center for the Advancement of Multicultural Perspectives in Science. She is known for her fierce advocacy for women, particularly mothers, and underrepresented minorities in science. Her work recently published in Science Magazine, the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, and Scientific American has rallied more support for pregnant and postpartum women in academia and beyond.
Dr. Gwen Arnold
Gwen Arnold is an assistant professor environmental policy at University of California, Davis. Her current research examines how communities and their local elected officials respond to the onset of high-volume hydraulic fracturing (fracking). She has held appointments at Indiana University, Bloomington and University of Cincinnati. Prior to entering academia, she worked at the nonprofit Environmental Law Institute and as a fellow with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 3 office.