Everyone deserves a high standard of healthcare regardless of their income.
While the Affordable Care Act has helped millions get health insurance coverage, the inequality of healthcare in America is stunning. From access to treatment to health outcomes, the disparity affecting people of color and the poor is a disgrace.
Labor United for Universal Healthcare strongly believes that everyone in the United States must have access to secure, sustainable, and just healthcare. That means everybody in, nobody out — no exceptions.
In an era of economic crisis and attacks on labor, could a fight for single-payer be the way forward?
What does the ACA Excise Tax mean for unions? What does it mean for workers? Learn the facts on the tax, how it will affect you and your family, and what you can do to fight back!
United for a Fair Economy’s eleventh annual MLK Day report explores the racial economic implications of one of the most important human rights issues and public policy debates of the day: healthcare.
The UC Berkeley Labor Center has produced some papers on how the Affordable Care Act will affect union negotiations and employer-based insurance.
Labor United for Universal Healthcare has a new brochure!
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The National Economic & Social Rights Initiative (NESRI)’s “People of Color and the Human Right to Health Care: A Perspective …
UC Berkeley Labor Center’s “The Affordable Care Act: A Guide for Union Negotiators” is now available.
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Labor’s Power and the Medicare for All Struggle
A recent article from Truthout emphasizes the critical need to make "links to labor struggles by health care workers — and bringing unions into the...
Resources for SB 562
Below are links to PDFs of frequently-requested resources for SB 562. Not seeing what you're looking for, email us and we'll track it down! For Labor:...
About Our Speakers Program
Please encourage your union to request one of Labor United for Universal Healthcare's speakers. Our speakers are union member activists, trained and prepared with materials to give educational workshops on our healthcare system and the challenges the labor movement faces maintaining or winning quality healthcare for members.