“Healthcare Not for Sale” Speak-Out in D.C., 4/7

March 21, 2017

Join supporters of single-payer for “Our Healthcare Is Not for Sale” Speakout at Health and Human Services HQ, 200 Independence Avenue, D.C. 21201. Scheduled for 12 Noon to 1:00 PM. Bring signs, hold banners. Part of the International Day of Action against privatization of healthcare.

Lobby Day in D.C., Wed., March 29th

March 16, 2017

Join Healthcare is a Human Right supporters in D.C. for a Lobby Day for Medicare for All. It’ll be a “Congressional Drop-off” at H. of Rep. and Senate offices at ther office buildings. Directions/instructions at facebook.com/events/1069924206445955. Fun. Easy to Do

PNHP Dinner with Dr. Carol Paris 4/6/17

March 8, 2017


 Featured Speaker – Dr. Carol Paris, President of PNHP

Date: April 6th, 2017

Time: 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM

Place: The Turn House, 1130 Willow Bottom Dr., Columbia, MD 21044

Restaurant Contact Info: 410-740-2096 (main)

Event Information Contact: hchrmaryland@gmail.com or 443-562-6562

Cost – $52.00 per person. Students – $30.00 (limited number). Cash Bar.

Maryland PNHP invites you to a fundraising dinner with friends and colleagues. The dinner will feature a talk by Dr. Carol Paris, M.D., the current President of PNHP. Dr. Paris is a recently retired psychiatrist who spent over 25 years in private practice, much of it in Maryland. She has been a tireless, outspoken and humorous activist and advocate for a national single-payer healthcare system. She ‘discovered’ an unusual condition that is epidemic in the United States, but oddly stops at the border: PISD or Privatization-Induced Stress Disorder (pronounced “pissed”).

You’ll also get to meet Maryland PNHP’s new state-wide organizer, Brittany Shannahan. Brittany is an experienced community organizer who has worked on issues including poverty and the environment. Some of her activism was done while living in the United Kingdom, where she experienced the security of a national health system.

The promise by President Trump and the Republican congress to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act has created a strong reaction, as evidenced by recent congressional town halls where constituents spoke out strongly about their fears of losing access to healthcare. We are convinced that all of the changes proposed by the Republican-led congress will decrease access to healthcare, resulting in major increases in mortality and morbidity.

The clear solution is a national improved Medicare for all, single-payer healthcare system, as embodied in HR 676. This is a critical period; the rising interest in healthcare reform has given us an opening to build a much stronger grass roots movement for single-payer.

We hope you can join us for an exciting evening. If you cannot come; please consider making a tax-deductible donation to the Maryland Chapter of PNHP or better yet become a sustainer by making automatic monthly contributions from your credit card. Maryland PNHP, is a 501.c.3 organization.

Buy Tickets and make donations at Maryland PNHP Website