Women of Color Speakout for Health Care Reform

On October 20th, The Women of Color United For Health Reform hosted a free conference call to address the issues and concerns facing WOC’s (Women Of Color) in debate about health care.

This was a unique opportunity to have a discussion with and ask questions of Senior White House officials about Health Care Reform.

Many women, men and children are casualties of the war fought between the insurance companies for their financial special interests and company profit margins versus the Congress men and women who are battling for affordable, accessible, and quality health care for the victims.

There is a great disparity of affordable and accessible health care insurance for women of color.

This is a personal interest for me. I am a victim in the sisterhood. I am a casualty of a domestic war that puts profit over people. I am a woman of color. I am uninsured.

On October 27, The Women of Color United For Health Reform is hosting a National Call-In Day. Join the battle and voice your support for health care reform.

Tell your mother, daughter, sister, aunt, cousin and friend.


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