Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired: Winning Healthcare Justice for Our Community


Everyone in New York deserves access to safe, quality healthcare.
But we’re still a long way from that goal.

Join patients and caregivers to discuss:

• The history of healthcare activism in the Bronx
• The impact of segregated care based on ability to pay
• What the Affordable Care Act means for uninsured populations and how it may affect healthcare disparities
• What we can do to build a movement to win safe staffing and single payer in New York


• Sis. Cleo Silvers, Long-time community and labor organizer, current healthcare outreach worker
• Charmaine Ruddock, Project Director, Bronx Health REACH
• Sean Petty, RN, New York State Nurses Association Board of Directors
• Dr. Matthew Anderson, MD, MSc, Montefiore Medical Center Department of Family and Social Medicine, Physicians for a National Health Program NY Metro

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Refreshments provided

This event is organized in collaboration with the Albert Einstein College of Medicine Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP) Chapter, PNHP NY Metro and the New York State Nurses Association (NYSNA).

October 01, 2013 at 7pm - 9pm
Bronx House Auditorium
990 Pelham Pkwy S
New York, NY 10461
United States
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Will you come?