Building the Movement for Healthcare Justice

Building the Movement for Healthcare Justice Bernie Sanders, Pramila Jayapal, Rep.Ayanna Pressley,  Rev. Dr. William Barber II, Co-chair for the Poor Peoples Campaign,  Ady Barkan,  Healthcare Activist, Sara Nelson, President fo the Association of Flight Attendans,  Dr. Abul El-Sayed, Physican and Activist. Hold a Town Hall on Healthcare Justice

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Medicare for All Egan Kemp

Public Citizen’s Eagan Kemp today Public Citizen’s Eagan Kemp today on the individual mandate, the Supreme Court case threatening the ACA, why the mandate is regressive, and what a Biden administration might do (or not do) to bring it back from the dead.

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Say Her Name

The recent and sad death of Dr. Susan Moore is another example of anti-Blackness and medical apartheid. In the words of Dr. Susan Moore: “You have to show proof that you have something wrong with you, in order for you to get the medicine. I put forward, and I maintain: If I was white, I wouldn’t have to go through that. Dr. Bannec made me feel like I was a drug addict, and he knew I was a physician.” This is how Black people get killed, their complaints of pain and discomfort are often either challenged, or go unaddressed. Black people often are treated using protocols and equipment that have been optimized and calibrated to serve White patients.

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Floyd Bryan Testifies at Assembly Health Committee

FLOYD BRYAN’S VIDEO Floyd Bryan Testifies at Assembly Health Committee Floyds testimony at one of the Assembly comittee Health care hearings in Sacremento. Floyd is the vice Chair of ILWU – So California Council, member of Labor United For Universal Health Care and a crane operator at the Long Beach

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What does poverty look like in the United States?

What does poverty look like in the United States? “Life inside an ‘American-made’ tragedy” Accelerated by the pandemic, there are uniquely underlying reasons for the growing population of ‘working homeless’ in the United States that starts with inadequate health care. Somehow we have normalized a type of poverty that doesn’t

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Bring Cuban Medical Providers to LA”

Bring Cuban Medical Providers to LA” “Cuba has expertise with successful battles against West African Ebola, SARS and other diseases to assist us during this crisis, and they are willing to come” said Ms. Lopez, coordinator of the Hands-Off Cuba committee, organizer of the caravan. “What Cuba has done internationally and is continuing

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Health Care for All – Los Angeles (HCA-LA) is dedicated to achieving a universal health care system through single-payer public financing. Our goal is that all California residents will have comprehensive, high quality health care.

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