Conversations on Single Payer: Harriette Seiler, Tom Moffett, Charlie Casper, Dr. Barbara Casper

 

Tom Moffett at Hands Across Louisville
Tom Moffett at Hands Across Louisville
Dr. Barbara Casper speaks at the Sidewalk Town Hall in front of Senator McConnell's Office
Dr. Barbara Casper speaks at the Sidewalk Town Hall in front of Senator McConnell’s Office

 

 

 

Listen to Harriette Seiler and Tom Moffett, Charlie Casper and Dr. Barbara Casper speak on single payer health care here.  This was originally broadcast on Forward Radio, Louisville, 106.5 FM where Kentuckians for Single Payer Health Care has a program on Wednesdays at 5 pm, Thursdays at 9 am, and Fridays at 7 am.

Hugs & High 5’s for Single Payer in St. Pat’s Parade

On Saturday, March 10, 2018, Kentuckians for Single Payer Health Care
Even Elvis joined the single payer contingent.
Even Elvis joined the single payer contingent.
marched in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade where thousands lined Bardstown Road.

Harriette Seiler reports:  “Great response from the crowd–high fives and hugs and “bless you!” 

We had printed up 1,400 flyers, and we passed all of them out before the end of the parade.
Even Elvis joined us to have his picture taken.
Thanks to all who braved the difficult parking and made the long walk to carry the message.
Larry Hovekamp, Dr. Edgar Lopez, Dr. Peter Esch, Charlie Casper, Dr. Garrett Adams, Harriette Seiler, and Lane Adams lead the way.
Larry Hovekamp, Dr. Edgar Lopez, Dr. Peter Esch, Charlie Casper, Dr. Garrett Adams, Harriette Seiler, and Lane Adams lead the way.
Harriette Seiler and Antonio Wilson donned their green derby hats
Harriette Seiler and Antonio Wilson donned their green derby hats
Christine and Michael Perlin were dressed for the occasion.
Christine and Michael Perlin were dressed for the occasion.

Hear Christine Perlin and Don Feeney, DMD, on Single Payer Radio

Single Payer on Forward Radio:  Wednesdays 5pm, Thursdays 9 am, Fridays 7am.  Listen in on 106.5 FM in the Louisville region.

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The Kentuckians for Single Payer Health Care booth at Labor Day at the Zoo.
The Kentuckians for Single Payer Health Care booth at Labor Day at the Zoo.

A conversation on single payer with activist Christine Perlin, a teacher and a member of the Steering Committee of KSPH.

Single Payer Radio talks with Louisville dentist Don Feeney, DMD, about the Medicaid waiver that threatens to remove coverage from many Kentuckians.

 

KSPH is grateful to Mark McKinley who recruits the speakers, interviews them, and puts the programs up on the cloud.

If you would like to tell your health care story on the radio, please contact him at MarkJMcKinley@gmail.com

https://forwardradio.org/

Rep. Jim Wayne, Dr. Garrett Adams, Harriette Seiler on Forward Radio 106.5 FM

Single Payer on Forward Radio in Louisville:  Wednesdays 5pm, Thursdays 9 am, Fridays 7am

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State Representative Jim Wayne discusses health care policies.

Harriette Seiler gives an update on health news, plus part 2 of the Community Health Forum in McMinnville, Tennessee with Dr. Garrett Adams.

Kay Tillow on single payer and union support, plus voices from a health care rally

Mark McKinley interviews Charlie Clephas, former president of the Greater Louisville Central Labor Council
Mark McKinley interviews Charlie Clephas, former president of the Greater Louisville Central Labor Council

KSPH is grateful to the multi-talented, hard working Mark McKinley who handles the recording studio, recruits the speakers, does the interviews, and puts them up on the cloud.

If you would like to tell your health care story on the radio, please contact him at MarkJMcKinley@gmail.com

https://forwardradio.org/

UofL students speak of organizing for single payer and against racism.

Jill Harmer at a health care rally in Pikeville
Jill Harmer at a health care rally in Pikeville

Sarah Parker and Karen Udoh, University of Louisville students, speak of organizing on campus for single payer and against racism. Both of them will be entering UofL Medical School in the fall.

At about 24 minutes into the program, you will hear a McMinnville, Tennessee, NPR health care forum featuring Dr. Garrett Adams and others.

Listen here.

Help spread the message throughout Kentucky

Kentuckians for Single Payer Health Care welcomes your end of year contributions to our non-profit organization.

Your donation will help us to broaden the campaign to bring the improved MedicaDSCN4010re for All message to all Kentuckians.

Please make out checks to PNHP-KY and mail them to:

 

KSPH, c/o Nurses Professional Organization

1169 Eastern Parkway, #2218

Louisville, KY 40217

 

Pictured at right is single payer advocate Tom Moffett participating in the Hands Across Louisville event.  KSPH works to achieve a presence in communities in Louisville and across the state.

Hurstbourne Acres Neighborhood Views “Fix It”

On Friday, November 17, members of the Hurstbourne Acres Community gathered at the McMahon Fire Department to view “Fix It,” a movie that details the economic and human hardships of our current health care system and promotes single payer as the solution.NUSKA9~1

Antonio Wickliffe, Doris Bailey Spencer, Harriette Seiler, Christine Perlin, Mark McKinley, and Dr. Edgar Lopez organized the program and worked to spread the word.

The film was followed by a lively Roundtable Discussion about what single payer health care would mean for our country.

HR 676, Expanded and Improved Medicare for All, is the model single payer legislation currently in the US House of Representatives with 120 cosponsors including Louisville Rep. John Yarmuth.

Kentucky’s other five congresspersons, Andy Barr, Thomas Massie, James Comer, Hal Rogers, and Brett Guthrie can be encouraged to sign on to HR 676 by calling them at the Capitol switchboard (202) 224-3121.

You can see “Fix It–Healthcare at the Tipping Point” online at this link.

_UAZOL~1Kentuckians for Single Payer Health Care is taking the film to groups through out the state.  If your organization would like to schedule a showing, please give us a call at 502 636 1551.

In addition, KSPH has a power point presentation on single payer health care that is also available.

(Front row, Doris Bailey Spencer & Antonio Wickliffe.  Dr. Edgar Lopez, 2nd row with arms crossed.)