NDY Press Release: Disability Activists Urge Princeton University to Denounce Professor Peter Singer’s Comments, Call for His Resignation

[Editor’s Note: For a PDF formatted version of this press release, go here.] Princeton, NJ (PRWEB) June 09, 2015 Disability rights activists from Pennsylvania Not Dead Yet and New Jersey centers for independent living, as well as groups representing parents of people with disabilities, will be marching to Princeton University and holding a protest on […] Continue reading →

Disability Advocates Demand Seat At the HHS Table In Design of Value-Based Healthcare Payment Systems

Last Thursday, Not Dead Yet was one of “over 70 individual patients and patient organizations” that joined the Partnership to Improve Patient Care (PIPC) in a letter to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), calling for recognition of us as stakeholders in the Better, Smarter, Healthier initiative and in the Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network. […] Continue reading →

Additional Letters to Princeton Regarding Peter Singer – Bob Kafka (ADAPT) and Kathy Brill (Parent to Parent USA)

Yesterday, we launched our Change.org petition “Denounce Lethal Anti-Disability Healthcare Policy Advocated by Peter Singer.” We presently have over 300 people who have signed on to the petition. Please add your own name by clicking here and following the directions. In addition to the statement we shared and quoted from the National Council on Disability, […] Continue reading →

Denounce Lethal Anti-Disability Healthcare Policy Advocated by Peter Singer (Change.org)

As many readers are probably aware, news broke last week that Princeton bioethicist Peter Singer had once again pushed the envelope on his decades-long assault on the value and lives of disabled people.  In remarks broadcast live, Singer asserted that both government healthcare and private insurance can and should deny and/or limit healthcare to people […] Continue reading →