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Help us write news and opinion content for #MEAction and join a vibrant community of patient activists.

Description: #MEAction’s volunteer bloggers develop their own stories and write content ideas suggested by the MEAction team.

We are looking for folks who can write on any topics but are especially interested in covering science and policy.

We are committed to developing a deep bench of bloggers from diverse countries. Currently we have capacity for English only but would love to talk to anyone interested in writing in their native language or in translating existing content into their native language.

We prefer that bloggers write under their own names but it is possible to write anonymously for those who need to protect their anonymity.

Skills: Strong writing skills.

Hours: Bloggers can contribute as much or as little as they are able. Plus: able to commit to one article a week.

Pay: Volunteer basis.

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#NotJustFatigue – Community Member Launching A New Website Today!

#MEAction is excited to announce community member, Elizabeth Ansell, created a new website, #NotJustFatigue, launching today, March 1, 2024! This website was created with the hopes it will help describe ME to those who do not know anything about ME. It is a site for people to share with their family and friends. #MEAction is

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 Black ME Voices: Q&A with Teona Studemire

With it being Black History Month, it was crucial to me to make sure we spotlighted someone from the ME/CFS and Long COVID community who is Black. Being Black and disabled is an entirely different experience. Not only do we deal with ableism, but we also deal with racism, especially medical racism. According to the

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