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Hitting The Road for 'Tax Fairness'

Jewish Daily Forward | September 7, 2012

While some efforts to get younger Americans involved in the political process may be fretting over the so-called “enthusiasm gap” between four years ago and today, Alan Van Capelle, isn’t worried. And he’s got the bus tour to prove it.

State of Belief at the DNC: Alan van Capelle

State of Belief | September 7, 2012

Video: Alan van Capelle speaks with Welton Gaddy, president of Interfaith Alliance, about the role of religion in the November election.

Young activists talk taxes on ‘Rich Man’ tour across U.S.

J Weekly | September 6, 2012

For nine young Jewish activists, “If I Were a Rich Man” is much more than a wistful klezmer number: It’s a 2 1⁄2 - week, eight-state, DIY speaking tour, aimed at talking to politicians about income inequality.

Concerned Americans urge Congress to stop punishing the most vulnerable

Call & Post | September 4, 2012

The “If I Were a Rich Man Tour” stopped in Canton, Ohio to ask  Representative Jim Renacci (R-Ohio) why he is voting against the best interests of his constituents and standing against a growing call to end the Bush tax cuts for those making over $250,000 annually.

Protesters Gather Downtown Throughout RNC

The Minaret | August 31, 2012

Sonya Kuznetsov, part of the “If I Were A Richman Tour": “We are out across the country targeting the ten wealthiest congressmen’s districts and talking about how we believe the top two percent should be paying their fair share in taxes, and that the Bush era tax cuts need to sunset for the top two percent come this December.”