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CREATIVE MALADJUSTMENT WEEK SITE LAUNCH: www.cmweek.org

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TODAY, we at MindFreedom International are PROUD to announce the launch of a brand new website to promote what promises to be the biggest and most fantastically creative mad pride event the world has ever seen: the inaugural CREATIVE MALADJUSTMENT WEEK! (July 7-July 14, 2013).

CREATIVE MALADJUSTMENT WEEK SITE LAUNCH: www.cmweek.org

Creative Maladjustment Week draws its inspiration from Martin Luther King, Jr., who said creative maladjustment would be the salvation of the world!

 

Check it out at www.cmweek.org!

 

cm-quote2.pngAs Martin Luther King, Jr. once said, "The salvation of the world lies in the hands of the creatively maladjusted." This coming July, people around the world will be celebrating their creative maladjustment in a variety of colorful, loud, and JOYFUL ways! Each day of the week focuses on a different facet of the creative human spirit:

• Sunday (7/7): Day of Creativity

• Monday (7/8): Day of Action & Movement

• Tuesday (7/9): Day of Laughter and Joyful Noise

• Wednesday (7/10): Day of Kindness

• Thursday (7/11): Day of Self Care

• Friday (7/12): Day of Community Care

• Saturday (7/13): Legacy of Lunacy

• Sunday (7/14): Day of Pride

 

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The site has ideas for ways to celebrate each of these themes, downloadable posters and artwork, and lots more.

…But it's missing something important — YOU!  

What are YOU creatively maladjusted to? How do you plan to celebrate Creative Maladjustment week? 

Go to www.cmweek.org/endorse to tell us YOUR take on creative maladjustment! We can't wait to hear from you.

Thank you for helping us plan for the most exciting MindFreedom mad pride event to date!

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Amy Smith, psychiatric survivor, organizer and artist

From her home in Colorado, Amy Smith provides leadership for the movement to change the mental health system in a variety of ways, from events to art work for the Occupy American Psychiatric Association peaceful protests by MindFreedom International. Amy is a psychiatric survivor, who has been psych drug-free since 2008. She is the former director of Colorado’s statewide consumer organization, and the creator of RISE University, an education program designed to illuminate the experience of labeled individuals and their families.
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