Human Rights Hearing: “Healthcare is a Human Right”
St. Paul’s United Methodist Church,
11 Church St., St. Albans
Thursday Nov. 13 at 7:30 p.m.
(refreshments served at 7 p.m.)

“Our current healthcare system simply leaves too many people behind, and this has real consequences for people who suffer immensely as they struggle to pay for healthcare they need, but often cannot afford. At this hearing, members of the community will have a chance to tell some of these stories,” said Larry Trombley, social studies teacher at Bellows Free Academy in St. Albans. “Vermonters, and people in our community in particular, really view healthcare as a basic right that we can and should all share with one another.”

Similar “Human Rights Forums” have been held in Brattleboro and Burlington and will be held all across the state as the Workers’ Center continues its effort to fight for a just healthcare system that values human lives over profit. All are welcome. For more information call Erika Simard at 802-316-7827.