FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Barb Brady
(Minneapolis) – June 21, 2018 – Hundreds of activists from throughout the U.S. are marching for healthcare that serves patients, not insurance company profits, in downtown Minneapolis on June 22.
They are calling on the U.S. to replace the current broken healthcare system with improved and expanded Medicare for All, which would ensure all Americans receive quality, affordable healthcare.
The march begins outside the Radisson Blu at 35 S 7th St. and will proceed on Nicollet Ave. with a brief program at the intersection of 11th and Nicollet before turning the corner and marching back up Marquette.
The march kicks off a national conference on single-payer healthcare that begins Friday evening.
What: March for Guaranteed Healthcare for All
When: 4-6 p.m., Friday, June 22
Where: Begins outside the Radisson Blu, Downtown Minneapolis, 35 S 7th St.