Next Health Care for All Philly meeting

October 28, 2016

The next Health Care for All Philly meeting will be AFTER the election on Tuesday, Nov. 15 from 7-9 PM. If you want to strategize about what we should be doing next, please come.  The meeting will be in the Lucretia Mott Room, Friends Center, 1501 Cherry St, Philadelphia.  Free and open to the public.

Don’t forget to VOTE!

Halloween #Treatnottrick, National Student Day of Action

October 28, 2016

Med Students will be gathering at City Hall, Dilworth Park, 6 PM on October 31 with costumes and signs to point out that single payer is a much better treat for health care and the current system with double digit premium hikes is the trick.  Put on your costume and join them.

Now Is The Time – New documentary on Single Payer, Oct. 10

October 7, 2016

“NOW IS THE TIME” Documentary Film Screening Premiere

Monday, October 10, 2016 – 6:30pm to 9:00pm, 542 Carpenter Ln, Philadelphia, PA 19119

Laurie Simons and Terry Sterrenberg, producers of the “Health Care Movie” have created a brand new documentary that gives us a lot to ponder in these few short weeks leading up to the presidential election:  “Now Is the Time:  Healthcare for Everybody.” The film questions if we are on the right path to affordable, universal health care and makes the case for why we need a single payer health system in America.  Laurie and Terry will be visiting Philadelphia on Oct. 10 for the Philadelphia premiere of their 71-minute film.  Come see this free film, bring your questions and meet these activist filmmakers as they present their new movie at Weavers Way Co-op in Mt. Airy.  

Doors open at 6:30 p.m., the film rolls at 7. Admission is free; all are welcome. Register HERE.

“Six years after President Obama’s landmark health care achievement, our understanding of the triumphs and failures of the Affordable Care Act are clearer. Millions of Americans have gotten private health insurance, but 40% of Americans now have very high deductibles and copayments to wrestle with.  Most private insurers have threatened to leave the individual Marketplace or have asked for 30-50% increases in premiums.  Large federal expenditures are facing Congress as subsidies and Medicaid costs continue to rise.  Health care is still a market commodity and not a public good.”
— Walter Tsou, past president of the American Public Health Association, former health commissioner of Philadelphia, founding member of the National Board of Public Health Examiners and president of Philadelphia Physicians for Social Responsibility

Organizer Name:
The Weavers Way Membership Dept.
Organizer Phone:
215-843-2350 ext. 118
Organizer Email:

542 Carpenter Ln Philadelphia, PA 19119