J.G. Michael of Parallax Views invited me on the podcast to discuss the United States medical system, GoFundMe campaigns, the environmental and climate crises, and the connections between these subjects. Our healthcare system in the US is entirely inadequate in providing even the most basic health care services for people, hence the phenomenon of GoFundMe campaigns to meet the financial needs of families seeking health care for their loved ones. This phenomenon speaks to the bleak reality many people in the “greatest nation on Earth” experience when it comes to affording even the most basic health care needs within the US for-profit heath care system.
Please have a listen; this is a wonderful episode produced by a wonderful host of a wonderful podcast for a wonderful cause. As stated below, this episode features Ben Burgis, Chuck Orchelli, myself, and Terry Tapp. Support the GoFundMe, too!
My interview starts about 50 minutes in.
It's a special fundraiser edition of Parallax Views! A family in Pittsburgh needs your help with a GoFundMe campaign for their father and Parallax Views is doing a podcast-a-thon on health justice to support the cause! Voice featured in this episode include:
- Terry Tapp, artist, author of the Zero Books title A Serf's Journal: The Story of the United States' Longest Wildcat Strike, and host of The Other Future podcast.