Why is it that conservatives have been able to escape accountability for their inhumane priorities?
That’s starting to change.
Soup Kitchen at Dave Reichert’s office
Norm Conrad of MoveOn reports that on Thursday the 18th at 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM. Working Washington is bringing the reality of job loss to Dave Reichert’s doorstep at his Mercer Island office: 2737 – 78th Ave SE, Mercer Island. This will be a themed event, reliving the soup kitchens and bread lines of the First Republican Great Depression. Soup WILL be served. For those of you who participated in this past week’s event, it’s the same place.
This Thursday evening, August 18, at the Labor Temple, will be a follow-up Public Meeting to the Medicare Birthday rally.
Save Our Life Line: Medicare, Medicaid & Social Security
Moderator: City Councilmember Nick Licata
Sponsors: Physicians for a National Health Program–Western Washington • United for Single Payer • Healthcare for All–WA • WA State Alliance for Retired Americans
Thursday, August 18, 7-9pm,
2800 1st Ave, Seattle
Please see our flyer attached. As you can see from the list of speakers – also attached – a broad part of our local community will be represented. But remember, the speakers are only making two or three points in three minutes each. There will be plenty of time for you to question and to try out ideas of how to move ahead. Nick Licata will keep the evening constructive.
In case you missed the first event, below is a video of the No Cutbacks to Medicare Birthday Rally and March, and also an information sheet that was handed out to the public.