Last week, hundreds of people across the country—from Alabama to Pennsylvania, Texas to Wisconsin—took action with the Nonviolent Medicaid Army to demand health care as a human right amidst a pandemic that has killed over 670,000 people.
Today the Vermont Workers’ Center, along with 16 labor and community organizations, sent an open letter to legislators serving on the Task Force on Affordable, Accessible Health Care calling on them to champion human rights solutions to the health care crisis.
On April 15th, VWC leaders Jessica Morrison, Grace Beninson, and Ellen Schwartz offered powerful testimony to the Senate Health and Welfare Committee as it discussed healthcare affordability and the future of the All-Payer model and OneCare contract.
On April 7th, World Health Day, over fifty people rallied outside the Vermont statehouse calling on Governor Scott to put life over profit by treating healthcare as a human right.
Join us on World Health Day to demand Governor Scott puts an end to privatization and profiteering in the healthcare system.
Wednesday, April 7th at 4pm
Statehouse Lawn, Montpelier (Courtyard by the Pavilion building)
Can't make it? Tune in to watch live on the VWC Facebook page.
*This event will feature ASL interpretation.*
Please join us this Valentine's Day for candlelight vigils to mourn those we've lost and show our appreciation for those who live and work at Vermont's nursing homes.
Vigils will take place on Sunday, Feb. 14th from 4:30 to 5:30pm at four locations:
Join us on Saturday, Nov. 14th and Monday, Nov. 16th for our Annual Membership Assembly & 22nd Anniversary Celebration, held virtually this year over Zoom.
This year’s assembly will take place over two days:
Saturday, Nov. 14th
11am - 12pm: New Member Orientation
1pm - 3:30pm: Membership Assembly & 22nd Anniversary Celebration