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Hannah Facknitz ♿️ Jul 8
Hello, your friendly American living in Canada here to tell you: Universal healthcare does not solve ableism.
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Hannah Facknitz ♿️
Universal access to patient-informed care is the bare minimum for ending able-bodied supremacy. UHC as an institution will continue to reflect the colonial, racist, ableist, sexist, homophobic society that creates it. Deconstructing health/ableism in UHC is disability justice
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stubbs Jul 9
Replying to @HannahntheWolf
love to deconstruct health in universal health care
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Factual Samuel Jul 9
Replying to @HannahntheWolf
oh cool we'll just all stay financially devastated while other people argue about that then.
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fleshcar 🍖🚘 Jul 9
Replying to @HannahntheWolf
Damn, I guess I need to pay $100,000 next time I get hurt, since the alternative scenario is ableist.
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Erik Weissengruber Jul 9
Replying to @HannahntheWolf
The good thing is that « access » is an empty concept. So you can prevent your fellow Americans from improving their material conditions by fobbing them off with an ideological chimera.
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em cariglino Jul 9
Replying to @HannahntheWolf
These are worthwhile goals, and one thing we can do to make them more achievable is to decouple one's ability to get healthcare from ability to pay. Removing the profit motive from healthcare creates a situation where productive critique of healthcare is more possible, not less.
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i’m “pickle” rick james, bitch Jul 9
Replying to @HannahntheWolf
Universal healthcare isn’t an institution. This makes absolutely zero sense.
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Wagface 📉 Jul 9
Replying to @HannahntheWolf
"Access"
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ThatDave Jul 9
Replying to @HannahntheWolf
We could surgically paralyze all able bodied people. That would work too.
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Karl Kirkwood Jul 9
Nah, CRISPR for everyone.
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TechnoPharaoh🌹 Jul 9
Replying to @HannahntheWolf
Join me in reminiscing the good ole days when the colonizers would spread the good word of single-payer healthcare
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