Nick Dupree

A woman with mitochondrial myopathy mounted a successful Facebook effort to assist a vent-dependent friend stranded with no power after Hurricane Sandy

posted on November 21, 2012 - 5:00am
“As you all know, being the creative type that I am, I love do-it-yourself projects … However, I found myself in the middle of a rather unusual project, which involved a lot of creative ‘thinking outside of the box,’ and it was more than just a do-it-yourself. It was more of a ‘do it ourselves’ project. And we did it. Successfully. Here’s the story of how we helped Nick Dupree.”
posted on July 1, 2003 - 12:17pm
Mama might have taught you to be modest and retiring, but those qualities don't cut it when you're fighting the system. Successful advocacy demands that you believe you're entitled to have what you want, and that you squawk loudly enough to get it. But squawking is an art. Rude, angry squawking can lead straight to the chopping block. It takes finesse coupled with persistence — squawking in...