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  • Sunday, October 24, 2021 at 07:00 PM
    Zoom

    Taller Virtual: Como Vamos Ganar el Derecho a la Salud en Nueva York

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    El 24 de octubre a la 7PM juntáte a un taller virtual para aprender sobre La Campaña de Salud de Nueva York y cómo a través de compartir las narraciones sobre nuestras experiencias con el sistema de salud podemos ganar atención médica garantizada para todos. Inscríbete aqui: https://www.nyhcampaign.org/tallervirtual

    La salud es un derecho humano. Sin embargo, en los Estados Unidos, el sistema médico está organizado de manera que favorece las ganancias de aseguradas privadas en vez de brindar la atención médica a todos los que la necesitamos. Pero hay un movimiento social luchando para que todos tengan la atención médica.

    La Campaña de Salud de Nueva York se compromete con crear un sistema de salud que garantice atención médica para cada neoyorquino sin importar la edad, el lugar de empleo, o el estatus migratorio. 

    La mayoría de los representantes en la asamblea y el senado están co-patrocinando la Ley de Salud de Nueva York, una ley que establece el derecho a la salud en nuestro estado.  El año 2022 va ser clave en la lucha para ganar el derecho a la salud para todos los neoyorquinos. 

    ¡Les esperamos para el taller virtual el 24 de octubre! Inscribense aquí: https://www.nyhcampaign.org/tallervirtual

  • Monday, November 08, 2021 at 06:00 PM
    via Zoom

    ACTION Training: Twitter for Advocacy 11/8

     

    Twitter has quickly become the platform of choice for elected officials, journalists and organizations. Users on Twitter are active drivers in public dialogue. Learn how to be an active and effective participant on Twitter in order to gain the attention of elected officials and the media by sharing your story, opinions, photos, and videos (and strategically amplifying posts from others). 

    This Twitter for Advocacy training is part of the Campaign for New York Health's story-based Healthcare for ALL Action Training Series:
    Healthcare Storytelling - Monday, October 4th, 6:00pm-7:30pm
    Birddogging: Get Them On Record - Monday, October 18th, 6:00pm-7:30pm
    Twitter for Advocacy - Monday, November 8th, 6:00pm-7:30pm
    Healthcare Storytelling - Tuesday, November 9th, 6:00pm-7:30pm
    Letters to the Editor - Monday, November 22nd, 6:00pm-7:30pm

    During all of these trainings, we will share and practice skills that you can apply to your own advocacy and organizing and to help others be stronger advocates in the fight for healthcare for all. RSVP to reserve your spot! 

    Each training lasts approximately 1.5 hours and will be conducted using Zoom video conference (video is optional though encouraged).

    See full trainings descriptions here: https://bit.ly/CNYHtrainings2021
    Questions? Contact Ursula Rozum: [email protected]

    Please RSVP and spread the word! Registration will be capped to 30 participants. Participate in all of the trainings or you can pick and choose which training/s to attend.

    Training participants who successfully complete two trainings will receive a t-shirt and a certificate acknowledging their accomplishment.

    The Campaign for New York Health's strategy to grow the movement needed to win universal healthcare is grounded in sharing our healthcare stories. Sharing our healthcare stories is part of every pressure tactic we’ll undertake in the coming year as we push for a vote on the New York Health Act: lobby visits, in the press, at rallies, in social media campaigns, when we are recruiting our coworkers and neighbors to take action and get involved. Stories are how we understand that winning healthcare for all is a fight for our lives. RSVP here for all of our upcoming advocacy trainings.

      

  • Tuesday, November 09, 2021 at 06:00 PM
    via Zoom

    ACTION Training: Storytelling 11/9

     

    The Campaign for New York Health's strategy to grow the movement needed to win universal healthcare is grounded in sharing our healthcare stories. Sharing our healthcare stories is part of every pressure tactic we’ll undertake in the coming year as we push for a vote on the New York Health Act: lobby visits, in the press, at rallies, in social media campaigns, when we are recruiting our coworkers and neighbors to take action and get involved. Stories are how we understand that winning healthcare for all is a fight for our lives. RSVP here for an upcoming storytelling training.

    These storytelling trainings are part of the Campaign for New York Health's story-based Healthcare for ALL Action Training Series:
    Healthcare Storytelling - Monday, October 4th, 6:00pm-7:30pm
    Birddogging: Get Them On Record - Monday, October 18th, 6:00pm-7:30pm
    Twitter for Advocacy - Monday, November 8th, 6:00pm-7:30pm
    Healthcare Storytelling - Tuesday, November 9th, 6:00pm-7:30pm
    Letters to the Editor - Monday, November 22nd, 6:00pm-7:30pm

    During all of these trainings, we will share and practice skills that you can apply to your own advocacy and organizing and to help others be stronger advocates in the fight for healthcare for all. RSVP to reserve your spot! 

    Each training lasts approximately 1.5 hours and will be conducted using Zoom video conference (video is optional though encouraged).

    See full trainings descriptions here: https://bit.ly/CNYHtrainings2021
    Questions? Contact Ursula Rozum: [email protected]

    Please RSVP and spread the word! Registration will be capped to 30 participants. Participate in all of the trainings or you can pick and choose which training/s to attend.

    Training participants who successfully complete two trainings will receive a t-shirt and a certificate acknowledging their accomplishment.

      

  • Monday, November 22, 2021 at 06:00 PM
    via Zoom

    ACTION Training: Letters to the Editor 11/22

      

    One of the most effective ways to influence public opinion is by sharing our healthcare stories and vision for universal healthcare in Letters to the Editor of our local daily media. Newspapers and websites appreciate getting letters from community members and elected officials watch closely when their name is in print. With letters, we can let them know why we need to make universal healthcare a top priority. During the training, participants will practice turning their stories and opinions into a letter to the editor format.

    This Letters to the Editor training is part of the Campaign for New York Health's story-based Healthcare for ALL Action Training Series:
    Healthcare Storytelling - Monday, October 4th, 6:00pm-7:30pm
    Birddogging: Get Them On Record - Monday, October 18th, 6:00pm-7:30pm
    Twitter for Advocacy - Monday, November 8th, 6:00pm-7:30pm
    Healthcare Storytelling - Tuesday, November 9th, 6:00pm-7:30pm
    Letters to the Editor - Monday, November 22nd, 6:00pm-7:30pm

    During all of these trainings, we will share and practice skills that you can apply to your own advocacy and organizing and to help others be stronger advocates in the fight for healthcare for all. RSVP to reserve your spot! 

    Each training lasts approximately 1.5 hours and will be conducted using Zoom video conference (video is optional though encouraged).

    See full trainings descriptions here: https://bit.ly/CNYHtrainings2021
    Questions? Contact Ursula Rozum: [email protected]

    Please RSVP and spread the word! Registration will be capped to 30 participants. Participate in all of the trainings or you can pick and choose which training/s to attend.

    Training participants who successfully complete two trainings will receive a t-shirt and a certificate acknowledging their accomplishment.

    The Campaign for New York Health's strategy to grow the movement needed to win universal healthcare is grounded in sharing our healthcare stories. Sharing our healthcare stories is part of every pressure tactic we’ll undertake in the coming year as we push for a vote on the New York Health Act: lobby visits, in the press, at rallies, in social media campaigns, when we are recruiting our coworkers and neighbors to take action and get involved. Stories are how we understand that winning healthcare for all is a fight for our lives. RSVP here for all of our upcoming advocacy trainings.