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Interviews with Kathy Zetkin, Jim Gottstein and Ted Chabasinski.

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Hear a broadcast, or via Internet, Free Radio Santa Cruz show on psychiatric abuse, featuring interviews with MindFreedom members.

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When Dec 28, 2008
from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Where Radio - broadcast or web.
Contact Name
Contact Phone (831) 423-4833
Attendees All may listen in via local broadcast or via Internet radio.
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On Sunday December 28th at 9:30 AM PST, Free Radio Santa Cruz's "Bathrobespierre's Broadsides" show will present Kathy Zetkin, a careful observer of the psychiatric system, on rights and problems of those facing incarceration and drugging.  She'll be followed at 10 AM by Jim Gottstein, joined at 10:30 AM by Ted Chabasinski of Berkeley. 

Gottstein is a lawyer and psychiatric survivor from Alaska, who established the website and has developed legal defenses for those faced with medication demands, to find the least intrusive and most informed solutions to these issues. 

Chabasinski has been working on similar issues in Berkeley and California.

Tune in to 101.1 FM and  Call in at (831) 427-3772, or e-mail in questions to 

Local advocate George Cavalho was invited to be a part of the discussion.

For more info contact Robert Norse at (831) 423-4833.

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Paula Joan Caplan, PhD

Paula Caplan, PhD: Psychologist, author, playwright and activist who is challenging the harm caused by psychiatric labeling. Paula is a long-time member of MindFreedom International. Author of 12 nonfiction books. Her latest book, "When Johnny and Jane Come Marching Home: How All of Us Can Help Veterans," uncovers the way too many people traumatized by war are told that that makes them “mentally ill.” Her book won the 2011 American Publishers Award for Professional and Scholarly Excellence (PROSE Award) in the Psychology category.
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