Many of us have already seen and signed Mary Gelpi’s petition asking the NIH to increase its research budget for ME/CFS funding to $100 million. Her groundbreaking petition has already netted 27,000 signatures as of this post. In Mary’s own words: I am only 31, and yet, everyday things like taking a bath exhaust me.
The #MillionsMissing protest is full-steam-ahead: we’re mobilizing in Washington D.C., Seattle, San Fransisco, and Dallas; we’re revving up our engines in other cities all across the United States, our friends in other countries have pitched in, and the enthusiasm has reached an all-time high. However, if you’re sitting at your computer holding five spoons for
Last week, #MEAction had its first planning call for the May 25th #MillionsMissing protest. The protest, with the theme #MillionsMissing, brings attention to the millions of people with ME/CFS missing from their work, their families, and their lives, and the millions of dollars missing from research funding. To show this invisible illness, we are asking
#MEAction Washington is asking all of Seattle to come out and support our #MissingMillions protest scheduled for May 25 in front of the Henry M. Jackson Federal building at 915 2nd Avenue in downtown Seattle.
#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.