Welcome, fellow health justice activists. While we wish we could be together in person, we can still come together online to build our organizing and leadership skills. Please check out the following mix of live and pre-recorded sessions, which will help you develop the tools necessary to organize in your communities.
Keynote Address from Dr. Linda Rae Murray (Friday, April 23); download slides HERE
“Building Bridges across Generations, from Medical Students to Retired Physicians” panel discussion featuring Alankrita Siddula, Ashley Lewis, Dr. Richard Bruno, and Dr. Daniel Lugassy (Friday, April 23)
“Building Relationships with Elected Officials” presented by Dr. Claudia Fegan (Thursday, April 22)
“Organizing a Webinar” presented by Stephanie Nakajima (Wednesday, April 21)
“Talking about Health Insurance 101” presented by Dr. Diljeet Singh (Tuesday, April 20)
“Organizing a Summit” presented by Robertha Barnes (Tuesday, April 20)
“Physician Advocacy & Local Organizing” presented by Dr. Monica Maalouf (Monday, April 19)
In addition to our training sessions, we included two opportunities for members to socialize with their fellow single-payer activists:
On Friday, April 23 we held a socializing session over Zoom. After a brief introduction, we provided space for folks can ask questions, answer prompts, and socialize in a way similar to the tables we have at our traditional, in-person Leadership Training.
We also created a Slack space for all Leadership Training participants, which was broken into different channels titled after presentations, regions, and identifying groups (physician members, students, etc). Slack is a private messaging platform, sometimes called a “chat room,” where members can communicate on a variety of topics or channels.
You can join the Slack group HERE.
If you’d like more information about the Slack platform, see below for a video training session led by PNHP national organizer Kaytlin Gilbert.