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Jenice Robinson

Jenice Robinson is communications director for the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP).

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Biden’s Child Tax Credit Plan Could Right a Historical Wrong

One lesson from 2020 is that economic and racial inequality are intrinsic challenges that have been either swept under the rug or addressed at the margins for far too long.

Meg Wiehe ·


Two Pandemics, Separate and Unequal

Why policy solutions must address underlying causes of vastly different health and economic outcomes

Jenice Robinson ·


Returning to the Economic Status Quo After COVID-19 Crisis Should Not Be an Option

A growing contingent of grassroots advocates are raising their voices, demanding change, and telling our elected officials that the challenges working families face are deeply ingrained and must be addressed.

Jenice Robinson ·


Rigging the System and Poor Shaming (Rightly) Are Incompatible Political Strategies

Turns out working people and low-income Americans don’t take too kindly to being depicted as booze-guzzling swindlers who don’t know the value of a dollar while the rich and corporations, whose profits were at historic highs under the old tax regime, are cast as worthy of tax cuts

Jenice Robinson ·


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