In the midst of this pandemic many of us are wondering:
How can I help?
What went wrong with the US response to COVID-19?
Would Medicare for All help and how?
What can I do with my free time to advocate?
To answer these questions and provide a space for community discussion on what is going on, Students for a National Health Program (SNaHP) will be hosting a virtual event titled Student Advocacy During a Pandemic: Our Country’s Response to COVID-19 and What We Can Do to Help on Monday, April 13th at 8:00pm ET.
This event will feature:
- Rachel Madley, SNaHP Education and Development committee co-chair and PNHP-NY Metro Fellow – COVID-19 responses around the world and within in the US
- Dr. Miriam Laugesen, Associate Professor Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University and Thomas Jackson, former SNaHP Political Advocacy committee co-chair – US Public Health Response to COVID-19
- Dr. Susan Rogers, PNHP President-Elect – COVID-19’s exposure of socioeconomic inequality and health injustice in this country
- Ashley Duhon, SNaHP Executive Board member – COVID-19’s effect on reproductive healthcare
- Ashley Lewis, SNaHP Political Advocacy committee co-chair – Next steps and how to advocate virtually
Please RSVP here. Zoom meeting details will be sent out on the day of the event to all attendees who RSVP.
Don’t forget to share this event with your networks, all are welcome!