Health Care Reform

12 people were arrested in an act of civil disobedience in front of Blue Cross Headquarters in downtown Los Angeles. One of the organizers, Sam Pullen, 31, refused to give information to police, vowing to stay in jail until Blue Cross stops denying care to those who need it most.  For more information on how to get involved or to donate, visit Mobilize for Health Care.

This short documentary takes viewers to a protest outside of an Anthem Blue Cross office building in downtown Los Angeles, a company who denies coverage to one in five people, continues to raise premiums, and retain record amounts of compensation for its CEOs. Produced by Lyn Goldfarb in association with Ramblin’ Man Films:

This short film offers varied responses to President Obama’s speech on health care. Produced by Lyn Goldfarb in association with Ramblin’ Man Films:

This short documentary was shot at a health care town hall hosted by Representative Diane Watson in Los Angeles, CA. Produced by Lyn Goldfarb in association with Ramblin’ Man Films:

This short documentary explores the varying viewpoints–and myths–surrounding the current health care debate. Produced by Lyn Goldfarb in association with Ramblin’ Man Films:

A message to Senator Dianne Feinstein who has voiced support for the ineffectual “co-op” proposal to reform health care.  Produced by Lyn Goldfarb in association with Ramblin’ Man Films.  This short film was shot in Westwood, CA outside the office of Senator Dianne Feinstein:

A message to President Obama.  Produced by Lyn Goldfarb in association with Ramblin’ Man Films.  This short film was shot in Westwood, CA outside the office of Senator Dianne Feinstein:


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6 11 2009
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