October 13: Healthcare Justice & Equality | Cuidado de salud igualidad y justicia

~Español abajo~

Join us for a discussion of healthcare inequality and New York State’s ethical and humane solution: The NY Health Act, with Mary O’Brien, MD, Physicians for a National Health Program. We’ll hear real-life stories about experiences in our current healthcare system, and also information on how to get involved from Uptown Progressive Action, SNaHP, and Campaign for NY Health. Moderated by Juan Rosa. Audience participation encouraged!

Organized by Uptown Progressive Action with support from Word Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria, Physicians for a National Health Program Metro NY Chapter, Students for a National Health Program Columbia P&S Chapter, Campaign for New York Health, Barack Obama Democratic Club. 

Healthcare Justice & Equality: The New York Health Act
Friday, October 13, 2017

6:30–8:30pm
Word Up Community Bookshop
2113 Amsterdam Avenue (@ 165th St.) NYC

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Únase a nosotros en una discusión de la desigualdad en el cuidado de la salud y la solución ética y humana del Estado de Nueva York: La Ley de Salud de Nueva York, con Mary O’Brien, MD, Physicians for a National Health Program. Se sugiere la participación de la audiencia.

Organizado por Acción Progresiva del Alto Manhattan con el apoyo de la Librería Comunitaria Word Up, los Medicos para un Programa Nacional de Salud NY Capitulo Metro, Estudiantes para un Programa Nacional de Salud Columbia P&S Chapter, Campaña para New York Health, y Barack Obama Democratic Club.

Cuidado de salud igualidad y justicia: La Ley de Salud de Nueva York
Viernes, 13 de octubre, 2017
6:30–8:30pm
Librería Comunitaria Word Up
2113 Avenida Amsterdam (en la calle 165)

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