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Celia Brown Interviewed on Women's Radio

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Women's Radio interviews MFI Board President Celia Brown. Listen to this summary of MindFreedom activities online for free.

Celia Brown Interviewed on Women's Radio

MFI Board President Celia Brown


MFI Board President Celia Brown was recently interviewed on the Women's Radio show, Speak Up!, a program that "invites women, and also men, who 'speak' to women in terms of their values, their goals and their strong sense of community, to address issues, opportunities and successes that need to be heard by a larger audience of women leaders." (From the Women's Radio website)

Celia writes, "I would like to thank Pat Lynch, Editor-in-Chief of Women's Radio, and Cindy Haffey, for interviewing me and for promoting MindFreedom. I think that this empowers women psychiatric survivor activists in the world and gives us a larger voice in a targeted audience of women leaders."

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