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Help Campaign for Medicare for All– March for Housing

  • When: Saturday, October 4, 2014
  • Where: San Francisco, CA
  • Posted: Sep 30th, 2014

WHEN: Saturday, October 4th, from 1pm to 6pm

WHERE: 24th St and York to 16th St and Mission, SF

WHAT: We will be collecting postcards in support of HR 676 & speaking to housing rights activists about Medicare for All. The Human right to health is undeniably linked to the human right to housing. Join us as we speak truth to power!!!!

For more info, Email Don  (dbechleratvaluedotnet)   or call (415) 695‑7891

WHY: Historic march to STOP all Evictions in the Mission!

March for affordable housing!

March 2 STOP Gentrification in the Mission & SF!

March to stop development of luxury condos!

Join Our Mission No Eviction & The Plaza 16 Coalition in this historic march for the Mission to demand affordable housing. Join this growing coalition of residents, non-profits,families, small business, artist, musicians, youth, seniors, teachers, Neighborhood Associations, Merchant Associations, activist, LGBT community and more.…come march with us on this one year anniversary of Our Mission No Eviction march of October 12, 2013 and to continue the battle for the Mission and affordable housing and to fight against the biggest development the Mission has ever seen that is planned for the 16th St. Plaza. https://www.facebook.com/Plaza16Coalition

Adelante and Si Se Puede!

March will begin at 24th and York and march on 24th towards Mission then on Mission to 16th St. Plaza.

1:00 PM Gather at BRAVA Theater 24th and York

2:00 PM March begins

3:00 PM Rally and Festival 16 St. Plaza

EMAIL: AndyatPlaza16dotorg for more info or Roberto Hernandez at 415–206-0577


Attend Climate Rally And Help Campaign for Medicare for All

  • When: Sunday, September 21, 2014
  • Where: Oakland,CA
  • Posted: Sep 16th, 2014

When: Sunday, Sept. 21st  from 1–5 PM

Where: Oakland’s Lake Merritt Amphitheater

(12th St and Lake Merritt Dr — 4 blocks from Lake Merritt BART station)

What: Attend a large Climate Rally and help us to talk with people about single payer healthcare.   We will be asking people to write letters and sign postcards in support of HR 676, the national Medicare for All Act.

As Medicare for All activists, we need to advocate for solutions to solve the global warming crisis. We also need to talk about how extreme weather negatively impacts people’s health, and those most vulnerable often do not have health insurance.

Please let us know if you can help. We find it’s best to talk with folks before the rally begins. We will have the table set up by 1PM.

For more info., email Don  (dbechleratvaluedotnet)   or Call  415–695-7891

Download half sheet leaflet for the event: ClimateRally_Sep21_HalfPage


Help get out the Mail!

  • When: Friday, July 11, 2014
  • Where: San Francisco, CA
  • Posted: Jul 1st, 2014

When: Friday, July 11th, between noon and 7pm,

Where: 2468 28th Ave in SF. (near L Taraval Line) ample street parking.

Please R.S.V.P. to (415) 695‑7891 or email Don.   (dbechleratvaluedotnet)  


Help get out the Mail!

  • When: Thursday, July 10, 2014
  • Where: San Francisco, CA
  • Posted: Jul 1st, 2014

When: Thurs., July 10th, between noon and 7pm,

Where: 2468 28th Ave in SF. (near L Taraval Line) ample street parking.

Please RSVP to (415) 695‑7891 or email Don.   (dbechleratvaluedotnet)  


Collect Postcards SF Mime Troupe

  • When: Sunday, July 6, 2014
  • Where: San Francisco, CA
  • Posted: Jul 1st, 2014

Join us on Sunday, July 6, at 1pm, to help collect postcards at the Yerba
Buena Gardens Mime Troupe show in SF

For more info., Call (415) 695‑7891 or email Don.  (dbechleratvaluedotnet)  


Collect Postcards SF Mime Troupe

  • When: Saturday, July 5, 2014
  • Where: San Francisco, CA
  • Posted: Jul 1st, 2014

Join us On Sat., July 5th, at 1pm, to help collect postcards at the
Dolores Park Mime Troupe show in S.F.

For more info., Call (415) 695‑7891 or email Don.  (dbechleratvaluedotnet)  


Collect Postcards SF Mime Troupe

  • When: Friday, July 4, 2014
  • Where: San Francisco, CA
  • Posted: Jul 1st, 2014

Join us On Fri, July 4, at 1pm, to help collect postcards at the
Dolores Park Mime Troupe show in S.F.

For more info., Call (415) 695‑7891 or email Don.  (dbechleratvaluedotnet)  


Lobbying for HR 676

  • When: Wednesday, July 30, 2014
  • Where: San Francisco, CA
  • Posted: Jul 1st, 2014

WHEN: Wed., July 30th @ 6:30 PM

WHERE: 518 Valencia St., SF. ( one block west of 16th St BART and ½ block south of 16th St )

For more info., call (415) 695‑7891 or Email Don.   (dbechleratvaluedotnet)  

Check back for more details soon!


Healthcare for Veterans Privatization Won’t Fix the VA

  • When: Saturday, July 19, 2014
  • Where: San Francisco, CA
  • Posted: Jul 1st, 2014

WHEN: Saturday, July 19, 2014 @ 3PM

WHERE: 518 Valencia (one block west of 16th St BART and ½ block south of 16th St )

SPEAKER: Suzanne Gordon, award-winning journalist and author. She has written for the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, the Atlantic Monthly, the American Prospect, the Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star, JAMA, The Annals of Internal Medicine, and others.  She is the co-editor of the Culture and Politics of Healthcare Work series at Cornell University Press.

For more info., call: (415) 695‑7891 or Email Don.  (dbechleratvaluedotnet)  

This venue is wheelchair accessible.

Download leaflet here: 2014 July 19 Veterans

First it was Social Security, then Medicare and Medicaid, and then the public health care option under Obamacare. Now, in the wake of recent allegations that veterans hospitals put patients on secret wait lists, Republicans are calling for the privatization of the Veterans Health Administration, the nation’s largest public health care system which provides cost-effective and high quality care to 6.2 million veterans.

It is of course unacceptable if patients suffered as a result of any delays. But regardless of what went wrong at any VA facility, turning veterans over to private sector insurers and for-profit hospitals is not the solution.

With its salaried staff of nearly 280,000, the VA has long been a model for health care delivery. The VA’s 152 hospitals, 900 clinics, 300 mental health centers, and other facilities — many located in rural areas that the private sector ignores — care for more than 230,000 people a day. In a recent survey of veterans for the American Customer Satisfaction Index, patients rated the system’s services as equal to or better than private sector health care facilities.


Healthcare Now! Annual Strategy Conference

  • When: Saturday, August 23, 2014
  • Where: Oakland, CA
  • Posted: Jun 16th, 2014

Save the date! August 23-24th, Oakland, CA.

The registration page for the One Payer States/Healthcare-NOW track in our August 22–24 conference is up. Click here to register: http://www.healthcare-now.org/campaigns/strat-conf

Those who want to take the Labor Campaign/Healthcare-NOW track should register on the Labor Campaign’s web-site here:

http://www.laborforsinglepayer.org/2014-strategy-conference-registration/