January 25, 2015
The following Op-Ed was written by Jessica Morrison, a registered nurse living in Burlington, Vermont, and a member of Vermont's Healthcare Is a Human Right campaign. As a nurse, I am held... Keep reading »
January 20, 2015
The following op-ed in the Rutland Herald was written by Stauch Blaise, a resident of East Randolph, Vermont, and a member of the Vermont Workers' Center's Healthcare Is a Human Right campaign. On... Keep reading »
January 12, 2015
This New York Times video follows Baltimore high school student leaders from Free Your Voice , an affiliate of NESRI partner United Workers , who have been organizing to stop the construction of a... Keep reading »
January 9, 2015
Burned by governor, protesters occupy House Chamber, saying they will not leave until Green Mountain Care law respected Update 1/9/2015 11:30 AM EST: After holding the floor of the Vermont... Keep reading »
December 20, 2014
This week, we witnessed Gov. Peter Shumlin giving up his role in Vermont’s move to universal health care, as he caved to pressure from big businesses. His misguided decision marks the end of a... Keep reading »
December 15, 2014
Suspensions for low-level infractions are jeopardizing the education of many New York City children, and they must stop now. Because the city’s public schools have, over many years, failed to invest... Keep reading »
December 11, 2014
Sergio España of Healthcare Is a Human Right - Maryland and Ben Palmquist of NESRI discuss a new report, "Voices of Maryland's Healthcare Crisis and the Rising Human Rights Movement". Keep reading »
December 1, 2014
As the holiday season begins, we talk about caring and giving, yet I’m struck by how little “care” today’s health care system gives. As a mother of two kids, I’d do anything to make sure my kids are... Keep reading »
November 17, 2014
The record low election turnout in Vermont's 2014 general election should be a huge wake up call to Gov. Peter Shumlin and other Vermont political leaders. The fact that the majority of people stayed... Keep reading »
November 10, 2014
Exclusions, barriers, bans and hurdles describe many injured workers’ experiences with workers’ compensation,” says Celeste Monforton, DrPH, in an October 23rd blog posted to The Pump Handle ,... Keep reading »



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