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Mad Pride events

You've heard of gay pride... black pride... Here's a pride that 100 percent of humanity can unite about: Mad Pride! All of us are different, no one has a grip on reality, and we're all on the edge. So celebrate! Here are a few of the successful Mad Pride events that were registered with MindFreedom International.

To hear about Mad Pride 2012 events, click here. 

 

MindFreedom Ghana holds a Mad Pride 2010 Street MarchMad Pride

 

BELOW are Mad Pride events received by MindFreedom International.



On right is a photo from one of many MindFreedom Ghana street marches in Accra. The sign in the middle opposes involuntary psychiatric procedures.

 

Do you have a Mad Pride event that you would like to see listed on this site? Just click here and complete our online form!

 

 

Mad Pride Past Events Sampler

 

MindFreedom has folders of a few Mad Pride events we've heard about, by year. 

THIS IS NOT A COMPREHENSIVE LIST, just a sampling of events to inspire you!

To browse some of these events, click here:

http://www.mindfreedom.org/campaign/madpride/events/

For Mad Pride 2012 events click here. 

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Caitlin Belforti: Psychiatric survivor, young adult leader, student

Caitlin is a survivor of maltreatment of Adelphi University's student counseling center. A young adult new to the movement, Caitlin hopes to continue to her involvement in the psychiatric survivor movement and bring more attention to an issue that is all too prevalent and all too ignored. Also an actress and a poet, Caitlin hopes to use the medium of performing arts to spread awareness, and to reach fellow survivors. She says, “Many thanks to the support I have received so far from the cool crowd that is MindFreedom!" Caitlin is speaking at the MindFreedom International peaceful protest of the American Psychiatric Association in Philadelphia, OccupyAPA 2012.
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