On February 27, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation hosted a fireside chat featuring Jennifer Ng’andu, managing director for the Healthy Children and Families strategic portfolio at RWJF, and Janis Bowdler, counselor to the secretary for racial equity, U.S. Department of Treasury. 

The conversation was the second part of a two-part series about how we can reshape the tax system to support equitable family wellbeing. It highlighted ways in which we can reimagine the various policies, practices, and ideas that shape this country, and ensure every person and family can engage in a tax system that is operating in service to their health and well-being. 

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