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Hands Off Our Healthcare

Time is Running Out

For the last three years, the federal government, has declared both national and public health emergencies to increase access to critical services, including testing, vaccination, direct payments, insurance coverage, etc. The public health emergency for COVID-19 has been renewed several times, most recently in February to expire on May 11, 2023.

    A Health Crisis

    If expanded Medicaid coverage is terminated, more than half of those who will lose healthcare will be people of color.

    Join us Monday, May 8 at 7 p.m. ET to discuss how we'll make sure this change doesn't negatively impact the Black community.


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    Take Your Advocacy Further

    Unprecedented Medicaid terminations, focused on historically disadvantaged communities, would deepen already severe health inequities. Learn the facts and advocate for equitable health care for our communities.

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