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The Death with Dignity movement appeals to people from all walks of life, and we'd like your help in expanding our community. Are you interested in adding your voice to the Death with Dignity movement? Consider publishing a guest post on our Living with Dying blog.
To have your piece considered for Living with Dying:
- You must be a Death with Dignity National Center supporter (if you aren't, we'll sign you up).
- Email us to discuss ideas and topics for your 600-900 word post.
- Once your post is up, invite your friends and family to read it.
Please note that by submitting your guest blog post to us you
- grant Death with Dignity National Center (DDNC) permission to use your guest blog post, or any portions of it, on our blog and elsewhere in our communications or to not use it for any reason;
- certify that you have all the rights, power, and authority necessary to make the submission;
- agree to not hold DDNC responsible or liable for any use of your guest blog post;
- agree that any uses by DDNC of your guest blog post are made with no compensation to you;
- certify that the language and contents of your guest blog post are not plagiarized from any other source and do not libel or slander any other party and that you assume full responsibility for any damages resulting from any claims to the contrary; and
- understand that your email address will be added to our list to receive occasional updates.
We look forward to reading your work.
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You are the key to ensuring well-crafted Death with Dignity laws for all Americans. With your financial and volunteer help, the Death with Dignity National Center, a 501(c)(3), non-partisan, nonprofit organization, has been the leading advocate in the Death with Dignity movement. Individual contributions helped us pass new Death with Dignity laws in Washington and Vermont, defend the Oregon law, and provide education and outreach programs for the vitality of the Death with Dignity movement.