Thursday, April 29, 2010

Don’t be confused about health reform – come to a teach-in!


A recent Kaiser Family Foundation poll found that 55% of Americans say they are confused about the law and 56% say they don't yet have enough information to understand how it will affect them personally.
Is this you? It doesn't have to be! Come to one of the health care reform presentations I'm giving next week!

Monday, May 3 from 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

John Jay College / CUNY
445 West 59th Street, Room 2200
New York, NY 10019
Hosted by Arlene Geiger, Upper West Side Baby Boomers for Obama's Agenda
RSVP here

Wednesday, May 5 from 7:45 PM - 9:45 PM

St. Luke's Church
133-21 232nd Street
Laurelton, Queens, NY 11413
Hosted by Councilman James Sanders and Queens County for Change
RSVP here

Reminder – March for Immigration Reform this Saturday, May 1st, at 11 AM

Assemble at the StoryCorps booth at Foley Square (on the corner of Worth & Centre)
We are united—the employed and the unemployed, the documented and the undocumented, the organized and the unorganized, the people of diverse races and ethnicities who live and work in New York City. We are marching to demand an economic policy that supports rather than destroys the lives of the working-class majority, one that supports rather than attacks the traditional source of New York's wealth—immigrants. RSVP here or on MyBo
Can't make the rally? On Friday, the New York Immigration Coalition is sponsoring a Call-in Day to Senator Schumer: 212-486-4430
Every day without immigration reform, immigrant communities are terrorized and families are torn apart – from Arizona to Long Island. Every day without immigration reform, over 1,000 immigrants are deported. Senator Schumer promised us an immigration reform bill. We need him to deliver, now more than ever.

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