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October 4, 2020 // 0 Comments

To fight COVID-19, relieve the economic damage it is causing for workers, families, and businesses, and tackle racial inequalities, we need a government response that rises to the needs of our communities, which are greater than ever. It’s clear what the choice is: we can …

Medicaid March: Healthcare is a Human Right! The Massachusetts Poor People’s Campaign and Massachusetts Peace Action joins with Pennsylvania Nonviolent Medicaid Army and other state Nonviolent Medicaid Armies participating in the National Medicaid Marches (September 28 – October 4) to demand Healthcare for all Americans. …

September 27 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm Across the nation millions of healthcare workers are under great stress and direct danger, desparately in need of of increased resources, investment and income. Hundreds of articles, interviews, webinars and broadcasts call attention to the nation’s failure …

September 26, 2020 – The UN’s “International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons” “Nuclear weapons present an unacceptable danger to humanity. The only real way to eliminate the threat of nuclear weapons is to eliminate nuclear weapons.” – UN Secretary-General António Guterres Join …

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July 26, 2020 // 0 Comments

Fund Healthcare Not Warfare Webinar Series During the pandemic, the lack of investment in public health infrastructure, including health care for all, has had deadly consequences for tens of thousands of people. The $22.42 billion the U.S. will be spending this year to upgrade its …

by Heather Gray and Jonathan King Originally published in Counterpunch How is it that in the richest nation on Earth we don’t have enough masks, gowns, virus tests, and ventilators to serve our front-line healthcare providers in this coronavirus pandemic? Part of the answer is …

Fund Healthcare Not Warfare Webinar Series The Bay State Banner on April 30 reported, “After weeks of backlash from communities of color, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health revised its “crisis standards of care” on April 20. Advocates say that these guidelines, which establish priorities …

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