Hosted by Health Care for All Oregon (hcao.org)
December 12, 6:00 PM PST
$10.00 per person
United States of America
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"Not Going Quietly"-- A Voice for Universal Healthcare
To celebrate Universal Health Coverage Day on Sunday, December 12, 2021, Health Care for All Oregon is hosting an online screening of the powerful new documentary "Not Going Quietly". This moving film is the story of Ady Barkan's journey as an activist for universal healthcare reform after his ALS diagnosis at age 32. One of TIME magazine's 2020 most influential people, Ady has totally committed himself to organizing throughout the U.S. for universal healthcare.
Net proceeds of ticket sales will benefit Health Care for All Oregon's work to "educate about and advocate for universal healthcare in Oregon and the U.S." More information about HCAO at hcao.org.
You are invited so stay on for the 30 minute post film "Live Broadcast" discussion to reflect on the film with a call to action for the universal healthcare movement.
Tentative panel includes: Melissa St. Louis, Public Citizen's International Campaigns Director; Antonio Germann MD, Medical Director of Salud and Pacific Pediatrics Medical Clinics; and Travis Nelson RN, Oregon Nurses Association Vice President. Moderated by Valdez Bravo, Chief Operating Officer White City VA.
Can't attend but want to donate: https://www.hcao.org/donate-c3
About the film
An intimate, inspiring look at activist and loving father Ady Barkan, diagnosed with ALS at age 32 and who, in spite of declining physical abilities, embarks on a nationwide campaign for healthcare reform.