sexta-feira, 30 de junho de 2017

Olá, SULA.
Precisamos urgentemente do seu apoio. 
Charlie Gard, um bebê de 10 meses, em breve terá seu suporte básico de vida retirado pelo Hospital Great Ormond Street em Londres.
 
Os pais de Charlie, Connie e Chirs, acabaram de perder seu último apelo à Corte Européia de Direitos Humanos. Esta era a última corte que poderia ter salvo Charlie e cancelado sua execução.
 
Os médicos do Hospital Great Ormond Street deram aos pais de Charlie até amanhã, 30 de junho, para se despedirem dele antes da remoção dos aparelhos que o mantêm vivo.
 
 
Contrariando os pedidos dos pais, os médicos do Hospital Great Ormond Street decidiram que Charlie estaria melhor morto. Seus pais, de modo independente, arrecadaram 1.4 milhões de libras para levarem-no aos Estados Unidos, onde ele poderia receber um tratamento experimental para a sua doença. Os pais de Charile não estão pedindo dinheiro do governo ou serviços grátis do hospital, mas estão apenas em busca da possibilidade de transportar seu filho com seus próprios recursos!
 
É completamente absurdo que o hospital pense que pode agir como Deus, determinando se a vida de Charlie merece ser vivida.
 
Os pais de Charlie têm trabalhado incansavelmente durante os últimos meses, mas uma sequência de decisões judiciais foram impostas a eles, incluindo a recente determinação da Corte Européia
de Direitos Humanos de que Charlie merece uma "morte com dignidade".
 
Por favor, aja agora! Ajude-nos a pedir ao hospital que ouça os pedidos dos pais de Charlie e que os permitam utilizar seus fundos pessoais no transporte de Charlie aos Estados Unidos para que receba tratamento.
 
Quando você assinar esta petição, seu bilhete será enviado diretamente ao Hospital Great Ormond Street em Londres.
 
 
Este é um pedido urgente ao Hospital Great Ormond Street para que salve a vida de Charlie. Apesar da decisão da Corte, o hospital ainda poderia se recusar a retirar o suporte básico  de vida e permitir seu transporte aos Estados Unidos.

Esta decisão é angustiante e má.

Por favor, ajude-nos a mostrar que há uma indignação internacional para com esta decisão! Esta é nossa última chance de salvar Charlie. 
Guilherme Ferreira e toda a equipe da CitizenGO

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On October 10th, 2015, I married my partner, Stephen. We'd met in Washington, D.C., bonded over our shared Boston background, and traveled all across the U.S. together.

So naturally our wedding was in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Two years earlier, I'd accepted President Obama's invitation to become the Ambassador to Denmark. Stephen and I had gradually settled into our new city. We'd learned of its proud history as the world's first nation to recognize same-sex marriages.

And so we stood at Copenhagen City Hall, the spot of the very first same-sex marriages -- 26 years earlier -- and said our vows. It made it even more special that the U.S. had legalized same-sex marriage nationwide just four months earlier.

In that moment, though, what I felt had nothing to do with politics. It was personal -- the same little moments and feelings that everyone experiences on their wedding day: Love. Friendship. Family. All of the good things. All of the happy words.

To deny anyone the happiness we felt that day is inconceivable. And as I look at the progress we've made, I know how important it is to keep fighting.

Since our wedding day, we've been overwhelmed by the good happening in communities around the country. The people in the LGBTQ community who bravely share their story. The people who listen to them.

The marches.

Our marches have always been more than celebrations. They're how we defend our hard-won advances -- and how we clear a path for the issues that we still need to tackle. As this administration threatens our progress, that's never been more true.

That energy is where my pride comes from. Because if there's one thing that has been true for every single progressive issue in our country, it's that sweeping change -- the kind we look back on and say, "Well, this was inevitable" -- really isn't. It comes from us.

So I say to everyone, both LGBTQ and non-LGBTQ: Show up this month. Be loud. Be proud. And don't forget the work we still have to do. Stand with OFA now:

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Rufus Gifford
Former United States Ambassador to Denmark

The Senate's repeal bill covers millions fewer people, raises costs, decimates Medicaid, defunds Planned Parenthood, and weakens protections for people with pre-existing conditions.
Organizing for Action


Last week, Senate leaders unveiled their cruel, irresponsible plan to repeal Obamacare. This week, they're trying to rush it through -- voting as early as this Thursday.

If it becomes law, this bill would be disastrous for millions of people. It would end Medicaid as we know it, taking care away from seniors in nursing homes, people with disabilities, and kids. It would defund Planned Parenthood, which provides crucial services to women and families. It would allow insurance companies to not offer coverage for maternity care, mental health care, substance use treatment, and other critical services.

The bottom line is that millions of people could lose their coverage, or face significantly higher costs to get the care they need. We have to keep speaking out.

Mitch McConnell and a few of his colleagues are adamant that a vote happen later this week. That's why, over the course of the next few days, OFA supporters will be putting on events across the country, letting elected officials know where they stand on this devastating bill.

Now's the moment to show up in person and make your voice heard. Here are the details for an event happening in your area this week:

What: Save Obamacare event

Where: 12 Gramercy Park
New York, NY 10010

When: Tuesday, June 27ᵗʰ
6:30 pm

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