Not Dead Yet is a national, grassroots disability rights group that opposes legalization of assisted suicide and euthanasia as deadly forms of discrimination against old, ill and disabled people. Not Dead Yet helps organize and articulate opposition to these practices based on secular social justice arguments. Not Dead Yet demands the equal protection of the law for the targets of so called “mercy killing” whose lives are seen as worth-less.
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Canada: Toujours Vivant-Not Dead Yet to Highlight Between Euthanasia and Discrimination at May 18 Anti-Euthanasia March in Quebec
From the press release: MONTREAL, May 16, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ – Toujours Vivant-Not Dead Yet will join Québécers who oppose euthanasia on Saturday, May 18, 2013 at noon on the Plains of Abraham. TVNDY is a progressive, non-religious project to unite and give voice to the disability opposition to euthanasia, assisted suicide, and other discriminatory [...]
Vermont Assisted Suicide Bill Allows a Third Party to Speak for an Elder or Disabled Person S. 77, the assisted suicide bill passed by the Vermont State Senate on Wednesday, endangers disabled people, elderly people and ill people. The Vermont House should reconsider its earlier support of the legislation and work to protect the [...]
There was a moment this afternoon when it seemed that legalized assisted suicide might once again be prevented in the Vermont state legislature, but unfortunately this time the legislative chess match went to the proponents. The state Senate voted 17-13 to endorse a bill very similar to that of Oregon, but with a three-year “sunset” [...]
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