Senator Bernie Sanders

National Strategy Call to Win Medicare for All, Tuesday, Nov. 13

The Nurses’ Campaign to Win Medicare for All is hosting a national strategy call, Tuesday, Nov. 13, to discuss next steps in organizing for Medicare for All, now that Democrats have won control of the House of Representatives in the midterm elections.

National Nurses United
November 12, 2018
RNRN medical mission team in Guatemala

As Doors Close on Central American Immigrants RNRN Conducts Medical Mission in Guatemala

On June 3, 2018, the Volcan de Fuego, one of Guatemala’s many active volcanoes, exploded with catastrophic consequences. The disaster left more than 3000 people displaced, 332 people dead and 246 people missing.

National Nurses United
November 12, 2018

• RNRN

VA RNs Deserve Respect Now

Registered Nurses Express Outrage as VA Announces Latest Effort to Deny Nurses Union Protections and Silence their Ability to Advocate for Best Patient Care Practices

Registered nurses with National Nurses Organizing Committee/National Nurses United (NNOC/NNU) are outraged by the latest union busting effort by this administration, an effort that aims to limit a Veteran Affairs nurse’s ability to advocate for the highest quality of patient care.

National Nurses United
November 9, 2018

• Veterans Affairs

Nationwide

Respect Nurses, Protect Patients

Additional 350 Registered Nurses at University of Chicago Medical Center Vote to Join National Nurses Organizing Committee/National Nurses United

An additional 350 registered nurses at University of Chicago Medical Center (UCMC) voted overwhelmingly this week to join National Nurses Organizing Committee/National Nurses United (NNOC/NNU). The nurses will join the same bargaining unit as the 1,800 other UCMC registered nurses who are already part of NNOC/NNU.

National Nurses United
November 9, 2018
Love It! Improve It! Medicare For All!

What the midterms taught us: A ‘PEOPLE’S WAVE’ is rising. And we WILL win Medicare for All.

From record voter turnout — to mass grassroots door knocking, phone banking and volunteering, the win the pundits overlooked is the win of a rising “people’s wave.” This mass movement, a rebuke to the corporate agenda, is not beholden to election cycles or candidates, but rather to the issues themselves, from health care; to environmental, racial and economic justice; to voting rights.

Bonnie Castillo, Executive Director, National Nurses United
November 8, 2018