Did You Know?

NC has the nation’s third-highest total of excess deaths from failure to expand Medicaid.

Medicaid expansion could save the lives of 350 people annually.

We are focusing the power of poor, low-income & impacted people across NC to achieve the Poor People’s Campaign principle to Protect & Secure Healthcare for All. We seek to expand Medicaid NOW & establish a universal, single-payer healthcare system that provides healthcare to all.

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Want to Take Action on Healthcare Reform?

  • Visit the NC Medicare for All Coalition’s Weekly Action Blog here for ideas on how to get involved consistently

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Want to hear more about Medicare for all and/or Medicaid expansion?

  • Visit NC M4A’s Youtube Channel for both testimonials and teach-ins about the state of healthcare in NC today and the potential of Medicare for all to improve the livelihoods of countless people in our state

The Covid-19 Pandemic

Did You Know?

North Carolina is No. 5 in the U.S. for losing health insurance during the COVID-19 pandemic with at least 238,000 North Carolinians becoming uninsured due to job losses from February to May

Epidemics emerge along the fissures of our society, reflecting not only the biology of the infectious agent, but patterns of marginalization, exclusion and discrimination. The coronavirus pandemic is no exception. COVID-19 has revealed deep social and economic failures and will reinforce existing health inequities. Before COVID-19, nearly 700 people were dying every day from poverty and inequality, yet the legislative response does not account for the 140 million people who are poor or one emergency closer to being poor today.


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War & Militarism 

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The U.S. spends 53% of our discretionary budget on the military, half of which goes to private contractors

“We as a nation must undergo a radical revolution of values. . . . When machines and computers, profit motives, and property rights are considered more important than people, the giant triplets of racism, extreme materialism, and militarism are incapable of being conquered.” — the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Original Lyrics by Ken Jones

A Militarized Mind

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