The Future of Medicare for All: What Way Forward?
Join us on Sunday, April 18 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. for a panel discussion on the future of Medicare for All and a single-payer health care system that ensures care for all, regardless of wealth or employment status. The panel will include Dr. Susan Rogers, President, of Physicians for a National Health Program; Stephanie Nakajima, Director of Communications for Healthcare-NOW; Shamus Cooke, public sector worker, union activist and member of Portland DSA; and Michael Lighty, National spokesperson for the DSA Medicare for All Campaign, and will touch on maternal and infant mortality, life expectancy inequities, the need for mass action, and how we can bring about a multi-racial mass movement. Don’t miss it! Register here!
Two-thirds of American voters support Medicare for All. On Sunday April 18 at 2pm pst, DSA SF Education Committee will be hosting a panel on the obstacles to passing it and how to overcome them.
You can register for the panel here: bit.ly/dsa_sf_m4a
Panelists include Dr. Susan Rogers, President of Physicians for a National Health Program; Stephanie Nakajima, Director of Communications for Healthcare-NOW; Michael Lighty, DSA’s national spokesperson for M4A campaign; and Shamus Cooke, a public union worker and Portland DSA member.
Please invite people that you think would be interested. I have attached a graphic that you can post on social media as well if you want to help get out the word.
To view this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/dsa-sf-education-event-announcements/ed1b540e-45b3-4ade-8302-92c84ed3db29n%40googlegroups.com.
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