Virtual #MillionsMissing 2020

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#MillionsMissing Choir Sings

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These singers, fighting everyday to live with the debilitating disease of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, (ME) offer their love, support, and friendship to everyone experiencing hardships.

A virtual choir, including forty people in their own screens, edited beside each other.

We Are so grateful for everyone who participated! For #MillionsMissing, a  global campaign for ME health equality they collectively chose “You’ve Got a Friend” by Carole King.

Share, send love to others with chronic illness or anyone who needs extra support during this extra difficult time.

Members of the #MillionsMissing Choir: Emma S, Lori, Julie Anne, Wayne, Ulrike, Marion, Alison, Noa, Lizzie D, Rea, Rachel, Sunni, Jazz, Carmella, Raymond, Emma L, Inge, Astrid, Siobhan, Nick, Marianne, Cecilia, Ruth, Ann, Niki, Mira, Billy, Laima, Stephen, Stacy, Melinda, Carolyn, Suzanne, Anne, Lola, Robie, and more!

If you want to add your name to the list, email [email protected]

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3 comments on “#MillionsMissing Choir Sings
  1. Stacy says:

    Thank you so much for putting this together! I love it and was happy to participate in it! I set up a donation for MEAction on my fb page

  2. Nina Steinberg says:

    Hi,
    Did not know that this was going on. Would have liked to participate in this.
    Been going on with this syndrome since way back in 1983. Way before anyone knew what it was.
    Too tired to get involved with any research program.
    Please keep me informed for a follow up on any of your upcoming events if possible.
    If I can join, I would like to.
    Thank you.

  3. Hannah Rice says:

    This was so beautiful. I really wish I could have participated but I’m not able to sing or talk normally right now. Made me tear up & I’m grateful to all the participants. We are better and stronger together and our voices MATTER. We’ll be heard eventually.

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