Woman’s Day Rheumatoid Arthritis Article: A Video Appeal
Rheumatoid Arthritis Warrior & the Woman’s Day article
Welcome to my first video blog! I’ve been working on responding to the Woman’s Day Rheumatoid Arthritis article for almost a year. It was my first encounter with the PR (public relations) problem with Rheumatoid Arthritis in the media. Please read my first blog on the Woman’s Day Rheumatoid Arthritis article here. I’m sure I’ll get better at the technical aspects, but I put my whole heart into this video post.
Encourage a new Woman’s Day Rheumatoid Arthritis article
This video is an appeal to Woman’s Day to publish a new article on Rheumatoid Arthritis, using information and interviews from this website, such as The RA Info Button. If you agree with this request, please tell them by writing them a letter or sending them an email or fax. I know it will take your time, but I think this is important. Maybe I’ll do all three in case mine gets lost in the mail.
New York, NY 10019
Fax 212- 767-6421
From the magazine: “When requesting a reply, include telephone number and address.”
NOTE: Woman’s Day has removed the original article with its non-apology. Below are two screenshots of the original article. There is also a photograph of the print version of that issue of Woman’s Day here – click here.
- The 1st Woman’s Day post on the blog: Woman’s Day’s Article: Rheumatoid Arthritis Information
- The 2nd Woman’s Day post when they finally replied to us: Woman’s Day Reply to Rheumatoid Arthritis Comments
- The original online version of Woman’s Day’s fluffy article on Rheumatoid Arthritis with 9 pages of comments
- Celebrities and Rheumatoid Arthritis, Part 3: Being our own celebrities
NOTE: Your comments are an important resource for future readers of this post in the months to come. Please find the comment link below each post.Kelly Young. All rights reserved.