In honor of tax day 2012, about 50 youth from across the country went to Washington DC's iconic Busboys and Poets to be recognized for their "Official Selections" in the "If I Had A Trillion Dollars" Youth Film Festival. The room filled with over 120 people was standing room only.
Tomorrow is the last day to file your federal taxes for 2012. For Tax Day this year, AFSC is working hard to make clear how the choices in our federal budget affect communities across the U.S. Like you, AFSC wants:
Young people from more than a dozen cities across the U.S. are arriving in Washington, D.C. this week for the second annual “If I Had a Trillion Dollar” film festival. Their thoughtful and creative visions – shown in 3-minute videos - about how to use federal tax dollars will be shown on Capitol Hill, Monday, April 16.
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