‘There is no more neutrality in the world. You either have to be part of the solution, or you’re going to be part of the problem.’  Eldridge Cleaver

This is episode two of our series on The People Who Marched.

What an honor that Dr. Song took some time out of an incredibly busy schedule to drop into the studio for an inspired discussion surrounding his recent experience at The Women’s March.  Paul was part of more than 700,000 people who took part in the Los Angeles march.

An important link- https://swingleft.org/

Paul also shared his feelings about the presidential election, Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders, the Affordable Care Act, and so much more.

Paul Y. Song, M.D. is a physician, progressive activist, and biotechnology executive. He is the grandson of the late Sang Don Kim, the very first popularly elected Mayor of Seoul, South Korea.

Dr. Song serves as the Executive Chairman of the Courage Campaign, a leading California-based online organization made up of more than 1 Million members who fight for a more progressive CA and country.

In 2013, Dr. Song was named and served as the very first visiting fellow on healthcare policy in the California Department of Insurance.

In addition, Dr. Song serves the co-chair of the Campaign for a Healthy California and on the executive board of Physicians for a National Health Program California, Liberty in North Korea, People for the American Way, and the Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies.

Links and Topics Mentioned In This Episode