Bloodletting - Life, Death, Healthcare
Lorna Green (right) speaking with Cuban farmer, who like all Cubans,
has free healthcare.
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more people find out about BLOODLETTING, people have asked us for resources
to change the for-profit healthcare system in this country - and more
about Cuba's healthcare system. Here are some links for you.
for Healthcare Reform
is the group that is organizing to support Senator Sheila Kuehl's
bill, SB 840, legislation which will save Californian's millions in
healthcare costs while ensuring coverage for all Californians. This
site is enormously informative, plus has immediate ways for people
to get involved to help.
Health Care Action Network
emphasis on ACTION, this site informs on healthcare reform across
the country. It includes links to healthcare reform organizations
in every state.
for National Health Care Now!
campaign for universal healthcare? You bet! This organization is pushing
for it, and has ways for everyone to be involved. It has wonderful
statistics, comparing our US system to systems in other countries
where healthcare is nationalized.
resource healthcare activists and organizations throughout the U.S.
Site includes healthcare news, films and videos, statewide organizations,
as well as great commentary on politics of healthcare in our rich
year, for the past 17 years, Pastors for Peace have coordinated a
caravan to Cuba to provide humanitarian aid to Cubans, and help educate
Americans about our neighbors. In June 17, 2006, the caravan will
begin educational presentations and aid collections throughout the
US and Canada. On July 2, a participant orientation begins in Texas
- and the trip begins.
School Scholarship Program, Havana, Cuba
inspirational Cuban University program provides medical school training
to become a doctor, completely free, to non-Cubans. Designed especially
for persons of color and/or low income students, the program admits
students fulfilling certain prerequisites and a commitment to practice
medicine in poor and underserved communities in the U.S. after graduation.
IFCO (interreligious Foundation for Communityh Organization) administers
the program here in the U.S.
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