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Dr. George Bohmfalk on Medicare for all, Oct. 29
Retired nuerosurgeon and HCJ-NC board member Dr. George Bohmfalk will discuss improved Medicare for all on Monday, Oct. 29 from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. at Caldwell Presbyterian Church in Charlotte.
Dr. Bohmfalk's presentation, "Health Care for All: Dollars and Sense" will make the case for a universal, publicly funded, singe-payer health care system in the United States. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and to sign up to "walk the talk" for Medicare-for-all.
Reserve a seat by Friday, Oct. 26. Contact Zach Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org or (704) 340-0085.
White Coat Brigade at the Poor People's Campaign
Health Care Justice - NC members attended the Poor People's Campaign rally in Raleigh on June 4 to support health care for all.
About a dozen persons from Charlotte participated, including the "white coat brigade" of medical providers. HCJ-NC members spoke at the rally in support of Medicaid expansion in N.C. and single-payer health care for all Americans.
Quick Facts Handout (NEW!)
HCJ-NC has created a one-page handout of facts on improved Medicare for all. Click here to open/print the document in your web browser. (Or right-click to save as a PDF document.)
Charlotte Pride Parade
Health Care Justice in Charlotte, North Carolina had the honor of marching in the Charlotte Pride parade and hosting a booth Aug. 18-19 that netted over 300 new members. Talking to festival participants both confirmed the great need and the great support in the community for Improved Medicare for All! We encouraged all to vote!
Medicare is turning 53. Here's how to celebrate.
HCJ-NC member Dr. Goerge Bohmfalk urges Congress to improve and expand Medicare on the occasion of its 53rd birthday. Click here to read his op-ed in the Charlotte Observer.
The profound link between poverty and health
HCJ-NC chair Dr. Jessica Schorr Saxe writes about the health risks associated with low income and low wealth, and what we can do to address them. Click here to read her op-ed in the Charlotte Observer.
Video: "Make American Healthcare for All"
Thanks to HCJ-NC member Zach Thomas for writing this song and to Brian Kasher for producing it. Please view, enjoy, and share!