• Please see the map for sister marches or in your area.

  • Speakers:


    Senator Nina Turner - Former Ohio State Senator and President of Our Revolution

    Representative John Conyers - SPONSOR of H.R. 676 Single payer-improved Medicare for All
    Representative Ro Khanna - 17th Congressional District of California, Co-sponsor of H.R. 676

    Leslie Boyd - Writer, Healthcare Activist and Founder of the nonprofit Life O’ Mike.
    Steve Grumbine - Founder at Real Progressives and expert of Modern Monetary Theory

    Margaret Flowers, M.D. - Pediatrician and Founder of Physicians For a National Program
    Michael Rushnak, M.D - M/P.H. Former Chairman East Brunswick Democratic Party, NJ, Alternate Delegate Bill Clinton at 1992 Democratic National Convention, Co-Founder of non-profit Americans for Healthcare, and Co-Founder of non-profit MILLIONS MARCHING FOR MEDICARE FOR ALL
    Bev Cowling - Former Committeewoman two-term St Charles Missouri, Founder of To Save the Country, and Co-Founder of MILLIONS MARCHING FOR MEDICARE FOR ALL.

    Eagan Kemp - Healthcare Policy Advocate - Public Citizen

    Sherry Eason - Co-Director of PeopleDemandingAction.org in North Carolina

  • Bringing together all groups demanding with ONE VOICE that Congress passes Improved Medicare For All, this is designed to be a national media blitz campaign.

    Would you like to host a march or rally?

  • Would you like to sponsor or volunteer for a march in your area?

    There are many ways for you to get involved.

  • #Medicare4All

    Twitter: @MMFM4A

    #MMFM4A #SinglePayerNow

  • Right now, our healthcare system is under threat by a Trump administration which is trying to cut Medicaid by 35% in the next 20 years, causing 23 million people to lose their health coverage by 2026. Across the country, Americans have begun to counter this threat with disruptive direct action. There have been sit-ins, protests, and vigils organized throughout the country, with many more to come in the next few weeks.


    This fight to save our healthcare reveals not only the importance of having access to health insurance but the burden and fear that comes with losing it. Even in our current system, millions of Americans are being left behind, and the time has come for all of us to stand together and demand more.


    We are a collective of everyday Americans, taking the streets to demand that access to quality care be expanded to all people regardless of income. We chant “healthcare is a human right” as we shut down business as usual in the fight to save our lives.

    Please read this message from our co-founder.