This one-page handout gives people guidance for collecting testimonies (personal healthcare stories) from people.
This PowerPoint from explains what canvassing is and walks people through how to canvas.
This PowerPoint explains how to have a one-on-one organizing conversation with someone.
This report from HCHR-MD and NESRI documents Maryland’s healthcare crisis and highlights the HCHR campaign. The report draws on HCHR-MD’s survey and the stories of several Maryland residents.
This survey from Healthcare Is a Human Right – Maryland is both a data collection tool and an outreach and organizing tool. Data from the survey was published in the Voices of Maryland’s Healthcare Crisis and the Rising Human Rights Movement report.
HCHR-MD survey results fact sheetThis fact sheets presents preliminary findings from HCHR-MD’s 2012-2013 survey. It was followed up by the report Voices of Maryland’s Healthcare Crisis and the Rising Human Rights Movement.
This fact sheet by HCHR-Maryland answers frequently asked questions about human rights, the human rights framework for healthcare reform and single payer. It contrasts publicly financed healthcare with market-based health insurance, explains the basics of the Affordable Care Act, and addresses issues relevant for labor unions.
In this 5-minute video, residents of rural Frederick County, Maryland, talk about why they’ve joined Healthcare Is a Human Right – Maryland.
At the 2013 Left Forum in New York City, leaders from the Healthcare Is a Human Right campaigns in Vermont, Maine and Maryland presented their organizing model for achieving universal, publicly financed health care in their states. Moderated by NESRI, panelists discussed their collaboration, lessons learned, and how to expand this movement to other states.