Henry M. Jackson Federal Building Downtown
Sat., April 15, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. 2017
By Rich Smith
Tax March Seattle, like the BlackLivesMatter 2.0 March, is calling for Trump to release his tax returns, but they specifically want to see them going back 20 years. In terms of local messaging, organizers want to encourage lawmakers to “clean up the tax code,” but Tax March Seattle organizer Cody Herring says they’re not advocating for one solution over another, like instituting a motherfucking state income tax, for instance. The event in Seattle will start at the Federal Building at 10 a.m and end at the Seattle Center at 2 p.m. Speeches by Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal, educator and activist Jesse Hagopian, All in Washington's Minji Jung, and nine others will bookend the march. Indivisible, Change.org, various union chapters, and the Women's League of Voters will be around, too. University of Washington’s Young Democrats and potentially also the College Republicans might come out as a bloc, Herring says.
915 Second Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98101