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Act now! Our #MillionsMissing Round-Up

Hello, everyone! It’s only three days until the #MillionsMissing protest, so it’s time to review what’s gone on so far, and discuss what you can do to help ensure we are heard by our governments! Locations: So, your protest has gone out into the world and is now in a dozen different locations. Locations now

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Share #DontIgnoreME films to raise awareness

This M.E. Awareness Month, our is simple: don’t ignore M.E. To spread this message, Action for M.E. launched three films as part of M.E. Awareness Week. Starring Sharon and Douglas, who have M.E., Sharon’s partner Connor, and our medical advisers Dr Gregor Purdie and Prof Julia Newton, each focuses on a different aspect of M.E. and its impact.

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Download the #MillionsMissing Twibbon

Announcing the #MillionsMissing Twibbon — now it’s easier than ever to add the #MillionsMissing filter to your photo on Facebook and Twitter!  All it takes is the click of a button. The page also provides: easy-to-use tweets and Facebook posts announcing your support for the #MillionsMissing protest a place to create an email about the

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Purchase your #MillionsMissing T-Shirt!

#MEAction proudly announces the launch of its #MillionsMissing Zazzle Store! You can purchase #MillionsMissing tee shirts and buttons for the upcoming protest on May 25.  We encourage protesters to wear them to the event as well, to create a visual cohesiveness.  However, you are welcome to wear a red shirt of your choosing, or any

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Contribute to #May12BlogBomb in 2016!

May 12th Awareness Day is a great day to share a blog post. If you are writing a post, please consider using the tag #May12BlogBomb when you share your post on social media, and, also submitting the blog link for inclusion on the 2016 #May12BlogBomb Link List that will be collated on Sally Burch’s blog Just ME

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‎Enter the #MillionsMissing‬ Poetry Contest 2016

#‎MEAction is seeking poems to honor those around the world struggling with M.E. This call to poets is designed to complement other awareness projects taking place during May. Our goal is to proudly display the creative resources of our community and to celebrate the courage it takes to speak out about the injustices and suffering we face on a daily basis.

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