Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Thu, Dec 2: 7pm--9pm: Health Reform: The Battles Ahead in Albany and Washington

National Organization for Women, New York State is co-sponsoring the following event.  I hope you can attend, along with me.

In Solidarity,
N. Jerin Arifa
Chair
NOW NYS Young Feminist Task Force


Public Health Association of New York City  
Presents
Health Reform:
 The Battles Ahead in Albany and Washington  

Thursday, December 2, 2010
 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.

Location: 
Long Island University - Brooklyn Campus
1 University Plaza, Brooklyn, NY 11201*
(at Flatbush and DeKalb Avenues--use entrance on DeKalb Ave)
Health Sciences Building, Room 107

**RSVP by 12/1/10**

(DIRECTIONS: 2,3,4 or 5 trains to Nevis Street Station; B,M,Q or R trains to DeKalb Avenue Station; A,C or G trains to Hoyt Schemerhorn Street Station)



Featured speaker: 
John McDonough, DrPH, MPA 
 Joan H. Tisch Distinguished Fellow in Public Health, Hunter College, CUNY, former Executive Director of Health Care for All of Massachsetts and health reform advisor to the late Sen. Ted Kennedy.
                       With Panelists:                    
Kinda Serafi, JD, Children's Defense Fund-NY
   Jenny Rejeske, MS, NY Immigration Coalition 
 Lois Uttley, MPP, Raising Women's Voices/PHANYC 
 William Jordan, MD, MPH, National Physicians Alliance-NY/PHANYC
Moderator: 
Mark Hannay
Metro NY Health Care for All
Registration is free and light refreshments will be served  

Event co-sponsored by:
Long Island University School of Health Professions,
AARP-NY, Children's Defense Fund-NY, Community Service Society, Committee for Interns and Residents - SEIU, Community Service Society, Health Care for All New York, Health Care Leaders of New York, Metro NY Health Care for All, New York Immigration Coalition, National Physicians Alliance-NY, New York Immigration Coalition,
National Organization for Women - New York State,
Raising Women's Voices for the Health Care We Need


Please RSVP by following this link:


*DIRECTIONS: 2,3,4 or 5 trains to Nevins Street Station; B,M,Q or R trains to DeKalb Avenue Station; A,C or G trains to Hoyt Schererhorn Street Station
 
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