Posts by Eve Marcum-Atkinson

Eve Marcum-Atkinson

67 posts found, showing 20 per page

Previous 
  Page    of 4  
 Next
Blog Eve Marcum-Atkinson August 14, 2021
Protect Our Care Launches New Ad in WV
"My name is Adrian and I have type one diabetes. Insulin was $25 a month and now I’m paying over $300 a month..." More
Issues: Health CarePrescription Drug Prices
Blog Eve Marcum-Atkinson August 9, 2021
#WeAreHome Shared Prosperity: With Immigrants We Rise Week of Action (Aug. 9 -13)
JOIN US August 9-13: #WeAreHome's Week of Action: Shared Prosperity | With Immigrants We Rise. More
Issues: citizenship
Blog Eve Marcum-Atkinson August 6, 2021
Paid Leave For All I Charleston, WV AUG 6th @ 3PM EST
Join us for the Paid Leave for All Charleston bus tour stop on August 6th at 3 PM EST! More
Blog Eve Marcum-Atkinson August 2, 2021
Deep Canvass Institute: August Training Series!!
Deep canvassing is deeply connected to our broader vision of “building a bigger we,” and a government and society that cares for all.  More
Blog Eve Marcum-Atkinson August 2, 2021
Recess Can Wait – Our Democracy Can’t: For the People Act Rally w/ State Legislators at the Capitol
This Tuesday, August 3rd at 12 pm ET, join state legislators from around the country for the #RecessCanWait Rally outside of the Capitol to Congress to stay in session until they pass the #ForThePeopleAct. More
Blog Eve Marcum-Atkinson August 1, 2021
National Moral Monday Action in Washington DC
MONDAY, 8/2 @ 10:45 AM ET: join the @UniteThePoor for a nonviolent moral protest focused on the #ForThePeopleAct and led by @RevDrBarber and other religious leaders with poor and low-wage workers. More
Blog Eve Marcum-Atkinson July 31, 2021
WV Navigator Hosting Two Health Insurance Enrollment Events
Dramatic changes in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) have made it possible for many more WV residents to get affordable health insurance but the deadline to enroll is fast approaching. More
Blog Eve Marcum-Atkinson July 29, 2021
CHARLESTON, WV: Health Insurance Enrollment Event – Aug 5th
Any West Virginia resident will be able to come to the event to get free enrollment or re-enrollment help for Marketplace plans. More
Issues: Healthcare
Blog Eve Marcum-Atkinson July 29, 2021
HUNTINGTON, WV: Health Insurance Enrollment Event – Aug 4th
WV for Affordable Health Care, Health Care for All WV, WV Citizen Action, First Choice Services, and WV Navigator, a federally funded non-profit program, will have their representatives available for free, in-person help. Representatives will be able to answer questions or provide enrollment help. More information is available by calling (304) 356-5834 or visiting www.acanavigator.com More
Issues: Healthcare
Blog Eve Marcum-Atkinson July 28, 2021
Care Can’t Wait: Family Meeting – July 28th
Tonight she shares this with @SenatorHassan, & how it feels to care for all 3 of her daughters and not be able to work. #CareCantWait More
Blog Eve Marcum-Atkinson July 26, 2021
Picnic for Paid Leave: Charleston! – July 28th
Join Paid Leave Works for WV in Charleston, WV at Cato Park for free food and dessert, games for kids, and to talk about how you can help make paid leave a reality this year! More
Blog Eve Marcum-Atkinson July 23, 2021
Medicare Expansion Rally – July 30th
Join us as we celebrate the anniversary of Medicare and call for Medicare Expansion that includes vision, dental, and hearing care. More
Blog Eve Marcum-Atkinson July 23, 2021
Young WV’s For the People Week of Action: Morgantown – July 30th
Join Young WV & partners in mobilizing our communities to expand voting rights for all West Virginians! More
Issues: DemocracyVoting Rights
Blog Eve Marcum-Atkinson July 23, 2021
Young WV’s For the People Week of Action: Martinsburg – July 31st
As part of the Young WV Week of Action, please join us for a day in the community of fun and togetherness. There will be sponsored activities from Proctor and Gamble and Blue Ridge CTC. FedEx Freight, NAACP and many more organizations. Raffle, face painting, bouncy houses, games & more! More
Issues: DemocracyVoting Rights
Blog Eve Marcum-Atkinson July 23, 2021
Young WV’s For the People Week of Action: Bluefield – July 29th
Join Young WV & partners in mobilizing our communities to expand voting rights for all West Virginians! More
Issues: DemocracyVoting Rights
Blog Eve Marcum-Atkinson July 22, 2021
Young WV’s For the People Week of Action: Huntington
Join Young WV & partners in mobilizing our communities to expand voting rights for all West Virginians. Young WV is putting on rallies across the state to help garner community action in support of pro-democracy legislation like the For the People Act, John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, and D.C. Statehood! More
Issues: Voting Rights
Blog Eve Marcum-Atkinson July 22, 2021
Young WV’s For the People Week of Action: Charleston
Join Young WV & partners in mobilizing our communities to expand voting rights for all West Virginians. Young WV is putting on rallies across the state to help garner community action in support of pro-democracy legislation like the For the People Act, John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, and D.C. Statehood! More
Blog Eve Marcum-Atkinson July 21, 2021
Care Can’t Wait: Family Meeting
Small business owner Sophie Blake returned to work 4 weeks after giving birth. Then COVID hit & years of her shop's growth vanished. More
Blog Eve Marcum-Atkinson July 17, 2021
NEW TV Ads Urge Congress to Invest in the Home Care Economy by Passing the American Jobs Plan
New national television ads from the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) urges Congress to invest in the nationwide care economy. The SEIU ads are part of its “#CareIsEssential” summer campaign to elevate calls for Congress to pass a $400 billion investment in decent, union care jobs that will increase access to quality care for Americans who need it.  More
Issues: Healthcare
Blog Eve Marcum-Atkinson July 17, 2021
Kaiser Health News: “Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) gives a big thumbs-up for allowing Medicare to negotiate drug prices”
Sen. Manchin “gave a big thumbs-up for allowing Medicare to negotiate drug prices”, the article reads:  “That should have been done years ago. How in the heck that never was done doesn’t make any sense at all,” he told reporters. More
Previous 
  Page    of 4  
 Next