[act-ma] TIME CORRECTION: Single Payer Rally on 28th at 4:30PM!
director at masscare.org
Sun Apr 27 15:26:04 PDT 2008
Hello everyone - the universal, single payer health care rally with
Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello has been bumped up to 4:30PM
from the State House steps! We had sent out a previous announcement
listing the event at 5PM. Details are below, and we look forward to
seeing you there and at the 'SiCKO' State House showing earlier in the
HEALTH CARE RALLY WITH TOM MORELLO & ?SICKO? STATE HOUSE VIEWING!
On Monday, April 28 we will be showing Michael Moore's 'SiCKO' at the
Massachusetts State House, followed by a rally for universal single
payer health care with music from Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello!
Rally for Single Payer Health Care!
with Tom Morello, Guitarist for Rage Against the Machine, Audioslave
April 28, 4:30PM on State House Steps!
Tom Morello, the guitarist for Rage Against The Machine and Audioslave
who plays firebrand folk guitar as The Nightwatchman, will be joining
health care activists to rally for universal, single payer health care
as part of his national Justice Tour! Tom who will be playing a set of
four songs, was the co-founder of Axis of Justice, a political group
whose declared purpose is "to bring together musicians, fans of music,
and grassroots political organizations to fight for social justice
Showing of Michael Moore?s SiCKO!
Monday, April 28, 1:30 - 4:00PM
State House, Gardner Auditorium
Nominated for an Oscar and winner of seven Best Documentary awards in
2007, ?SiCKO? is a revealing and disturbing exploration of our
dysfunctional health care system. The movie focuses not on the 47
million uninsured in America, but the crisis faced by millions of others
who are insured and dutifully pay their premiums. Follow Moore from the
origins of managed care, to a day in the life of a health insurance hit
man, all the way through universal health care systems in England,
France, and Guantanamo Bay!
Donna Smith who appears in the film will join us!
For more information contact: info at masscare.org, (617) 524-8778
Sponsored by: American Patients for Universal Health Care, Cal. Nurses
Assn, Healthcare-NOW!, Mass-Care, MA Jobs with Justice, MA Physicians
for a National Health Program, Mass. Senior Action, and the Stop the
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