Naomi Fowler ■ Podcast: The Whiteness of Wealth: Professor Dorothy Brown’s keynote speech
Law Professor Dorothy Brown gave the following keynote speech at the Tax Justice Network annual conference, Professor Brown has been doing trailblazing work on systemic racism and tax justice in the United States for many years, and is author of the seminal book ‘The Whiteness of Wealth: how the US tax system impoverishes black Americans – and how we can fix it’.
A transcript of her edited keynote speech is available here.
You can download this podcast to listen offline here.
Regular listeners to our long-running monthly podcast the Taxcast will have heard episodes 102 and 103 where we looked at just some of the many complex issues around tax and race in the US and the UK context, the roots of structural racism and the lived experiences of people of colour today as citizens, taxpayers and economic actors.
You can view Professor Brown’s keynote and the Tax rights and Racism panel that followed here:
You can view videos from our online annual conference here.
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