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How to support single payer sit-ins

Mobilize for Health Care has three ways to pledge:

(1) NONVIOLENT CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE:
I pledge to join over 100 people in nonviolent sit-ins at insurance company offices to end insurance abuse and win health care for all.

(2) LEGAL PROTEST:
I cannot risk arrest, but I pledge to join others in legal protest at insurance company offices in support of sit-ins to end insurance abuse and win health care for all.

(3) BAIL $UPPORT:
I cannot risk arrest, but I will donate money to help those who can pay bail, get civil disobedience training, and expand this important campaign.

This is smart. I can't help but wonder if the tactics were adopted from the Civil Rights movement....

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Submitted by Andre on

and maybe if a company can be considered a person, maybe that company can be shamed, but maybe also, it will more intensely shine a very public light on the insurance companies' obscenities. The Hyatt hotels' actions in Boston come to mind as an example, truly a civil rights project.

Here is where that is at currently.

Submitted by lambert on

Keep us posted.

NOTE These are all civil rights issues. They're about how profit is mined from the human body by artificial persons, whether through labor, or illness.