Help us build the no user-fees Borbor Pain Charity School of Hope with Foday Mansaray and the stone mining kids of Adonkia, Sierra Leone.
Thanks for coming out to the Notaries Public debut. Our songs “Star Field Below” and “Meet Me in the Middle” are available for download on Bandcamp.
Read my letter in The New York Times on how Americans can curb exploding medicine costs. Read about our Public Citizen investigative collaboration with WikiLeaks, revealing U.S. government proposals in a trans-Pacific trade text that would put at risk many people’s access to affordable cancer treatment.
In Sierra Leone, state collapse and resource shortages mean that many students cannot attend school unless their parents can afford the user fees. In the town of Adonkia, children bare the scars of working stone mines instead. A man named … Continue reading
I square off with PhRMA, the trade group for the multinational pharmaceutical giants, in letters to The New York Times this week. At stake is treatment rationing, particularly for Hepatitis C. Will those who need treatment receive it?
Next show: Sunday Feb. 1st, 4-7pm | The Pinch, 3548 14th St NW Washington, DC | All ages | $5. I have been putting a band together with Scott Charney, Emily Crockett, Ben O’Donnell and Lisa Van Arsdale. We call … Continue reading
Our program at Public Citizen has twice worked with WikiLeaks to pierce a veil of secrecy at major international economic negotiations and reveal draft rules that would compromise access to cancer treatment and other needed medicines, empower Monsanto against small … Continue reading