quarta-feira, 6 de dezembro de 2017

Organizing for Action


Today, the Senate voted to proceed with debate on Obamacare opponents' disastrous repeal plan.

Make no mistake: Repealing Obamacare would harm millions of Americans -- our friends, our family, our neighbors -- who rely on Medicaid, who were born with a pre-existing condition, or who are bravely battling cancer. Moving forward with a plan to take care away from those depending on Obamacare's protections isn't just irresponsible -- it's appalling.

But this isn't over. OFA supporters and volunteers will continue fighting back against this law's repeal. And with Senate leaders rushing toward a final vote, we don't have much time.

So tomorrow, Valerie Jarrett, former Senior Advisor and Director of the Office of Public Engagement during the Obama administration, will join us on a health care briefing call to discuss what we can do next.

We'll go over how we can keep putting pressure on elected officials, and making sure they're acting in the interests of the people they were elected to represent. I hope you can join us -- here are the details for the call:

Date: Tomorrow, July 26
Time: 8pm ET 
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Jack

Jack Shapiro
Director of Policy & Campaigns
Organizing for Action



Preceding the Week Art Basel (the most important art event in the art world).
MEX / Art an exhibition created by Be Art Gallery. The main focus is to promote contemporary Mexican art. The idea is to show the enormous potential that Mexican artists have.
Bringing together Miami residents and visitors during art week, Mex / Art would share "the stage" with other art fairs such as Art Miami, Context and Art Basel, among others.

Mex / Art would be the platform that represents Mexico in the most important art season of the year, with visitors coming from all over the world, we want to give them a new and new exhibition unlike any other art fair.

With the participation of several Mexican artists, many of them had never participated in any event in Miami, such as Jesus Lima, who told us that he was "very honored even though he was a young artist with a little more than 2 years, working with art.

Already the artist Mariel Garcia, likes to use the wood as base for its works.

Artist Neon Caron had the audacity to paint a mural wall live.

The Artist, Romero Britto icon of Brazilian art, was guest of honor, and attended the opening ceremony.

The Director, Producer and Journalist Carlos Gutto Siqueira, during an interview with the Artist Romero Brito.