(Video of event here.)
On October 23, 2019, the University of Louisville Chapter of Students for a National Health Program (SNaHP) sponsored an event that featured economics Professor Gerald Friedman speaking about what Medicare for All means for future physicians.
Students filled the auditorium, listened attentively, responded to Friedman’s humor, and asked intelligent questions.
An hour before the event, Deborah Yetter of the Courier Journal interviewed Dr. Friedman and the leaders of SNaHP. The story appeared on the following day and can be read here. Yetter also spoke briefly about the student program on Comment on Kentucky which can be viewed here.
Friedman, who has a doctorate in economics from Harvard and teaches at UMass Amherst, was introduced by SNaHP president, Sarah Riley Parker.