Honor Senator Kennedy’s commitment and passion for health reform on Labor Day in Boston. Boston is one of only five cities in the country that will hold large rallies in support of healthcare reform on Labor Day. On Monday, September 7, we have a chance to make it clear that supporters of health reform far outnumber those who oppose it.
LABOR DAY HEALTH REFORM RALLY
Sponsors: Organizing for America – Massachusetts (OFA-MA), Health Care for America Now (HCAN), SEIU 615, Jobs with Justice, and many more
Location: Park Square, at the intersection of Arlington St., Columbus Ave. and Stuart St., near the Arlington T stop.
Agenda will include: a tribute to Senator Kennedy; 4 or 5 speakers, including Congressman Mike Capuano and Boston Mayor Tom Menino; musical entertainment; a send-off delivery of thousands of support declarations for health care reform to the Massachusetts Congressional delegation in attendance. You can sign one there.
The rally will end with a march from Park Square to Copley Square.
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