More than 125,000 people in more than 200 communities around the world marched on April 15th to demand that Donald Trump release his tax returns.
The power of our movement is undeniable, but the fight is just beginning. We need to keep the pressure on Trump, especially as he gears up to cut taxes for millionaires, billionaires, and giant corporations -- asking the rest of us to foot the bill.
Tax March is a growing national movement that extends far beyond one day of marching. Led by everyday Americans who are tired of paying into a system that is rigged in favor of the super-rich, the Tax March movement maintains that any reform to the tax code should be about closing loopholes for the wealthy and big corporations and building an economy that invests in working families.
But before any serious discussion about tax reform can begin, the American people deserve to see what's in President Trump's tax returns so we know for sure if he's fighting for us, or just billionaires like himself.
With a coalition of more than 70 partner organizations and an executive committee of some of the country's top social justice leaders and policy experts, the Tax March will continue to fight for a fair economy that works for us all. Through on-the-ground organizing nationwide, representation in town halls, and amplification on social media and in the press, the Tax March will ensure that President Trump and Congress hear us loud and clear: A true tax reform plan has not one penny in tax cuts for millionaires and billionaires.