Yet historically we have failed communities of color. Health Care Justice—NC is committed to justice in our healthcare system. Just as our parent organization, PNHP, condemns police violence and racism, we stand in solidarity with those committed to turn our injustice system into a true justice system.
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We are over 3500 Charlotte-area physicians, nurses, other healthcare workers, community members and students advocating for a single-payer universal health care system. We support Medicare for All.
Health Care Justice North Carolina supports privately delivered, publicly funded, expanded and improved Medicare for All. We oppose racism and support equity for racial, ethnic, and gender minorities and other underserved groups.
Do you believe that single-payer Medicare for All is the solution to our country's health care crisis? If so, sign our resolution and join HCJ--NC today. Membership is free. Add your name to thousands who have already signed and get our biweekly email newsletter with healthcare news and upcoming events.
We're producing a series of 3-4 minute videos, each of which explains one aspect of Medicare for All. Share them with your friends and family members to help them understand and support Medicare for All!
We needed something small that we could carry around and hand out in checkout lines, elevators, and other short-contact venues - all of the main talking points about Medicare for All. So we developed these, which can be printed to half- or full-page size. Download it here and keep a supply handy! It's all anyone needs to know!