Protesters at the 100 Days Without a Hospital rally came prepared with signs calling for the reopening of St. Vincent's hospital.
Founding member of the Coalition for a New Village Hospital, Yetta Kurland speaks to reporters at the 100 Days Without a Hospital Rally.
Lower Manhattan residents came with their pets to support St. Vincent's Hospital. This man brought his exotic bird to support the cause.
Eileen Dunn, board member of the New York State Nurses Association’s (NYSNA) and the National Federation of Nurses, speaks to a reporter.
Dressed in scrubs and a hard hat, a man and his daughter support the 100 Days Without a Hospital rally.
Many people have emotional ties to St. Vincent's Hospital, and are alive today because of the care they received at the hospital.
Whether they walked, came on crutches, or were pushed in wheelchairs, people of all physical abilities came to support the rally.
Backed by the deteriorating emergency room sign, a man protests the proposed plan to turn St. Vincent's Hospital into luxury condominiums.
Many rally attendees proudly wore yellow armbands in support of the Coalition for a New Village Hospital, an organization founded by Yetta Kurland.
Reminding everyone that hospitals are not just for the elderly and sick, a mother and her daughter proudly display their homemade signs supporting St. Vincent's Hospital.
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