Join us in D.C. on Thursday, January 30 for a close look at the Democratic candidates’ proposals for fixing the multiple crises in the U.S. health care system.
At this forum — the first in a series — we’ll examine the major candidates’ ideas for making U.S. health care more universal, comprehensive, accessible, and affordable at the point of care.
Would their plans effectively repair the injustices in our current non-system? What kinds of tradeoffs are involved in their plans? Are there important problems that they’ve completely ignored?
The Right Care Alliance is a coalition of activist patients, physicians, nurses, and other clinicians. We don’t take corporate money and we aren’t affiliated with any candidates for public office. Everyone is welcome. No expertise required.
The event is on Thursday, January 30 from 6:30-8:30 at Cleveland Park Public Library at 3310 Connecticut Avenue Northwest Washington, DC 20008.