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The Story of MindFreedom Free Live Internet Radio

Since June 2006, with some interruption for improvement, MindFreedom Radio Show has supported a nonviolent revolution in the mental health system. Leaders, authors, activists, mental health professionals, psychiatric survivors and others who are actively changing and challenging the current mental health system have been featured in live interviews. Listeners have called in from around the world.


The MindFreedom Web Radio Show  is hosted by psychiatric rights activist David Oaks, director of MindFreedom. David also experienced the mental health system as a youth when he was institutionalized five times and diagnosed "schizophrenic." For a brief bio about David click here.

Today the show is broadcast on BlogTalkRadio:

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/davidwoaks

The first two years, The Progressive Radio Network produced the show along with several others from its studio in New York City.  PRN was founded by radio personality and health activist leader Gary Null.

You'll hear an interview about changing the system of care for mental and emotional well being.

Shows have explored the history of the psychiatric survivor movement, innovative alternatives to the conventional mental health system, how psychiatric survivors and concerned mental health professionals are working together on human rights campaigns, and more.

Regular features include updates about breaking stories and networking announcements about successful activism and alternatives.


It's your mind! It's your freedom! Free your mind with the MindFreedom News Hour hosted by David Oaks.

Tell everyone to find out more, including latest shows and archives, by going to:

www.mindfreedom.org/radio

Or download past archives click here.


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Judi Chamberlin

Judi (1944 to 2010) was one of the most effective international psychiatric survivor activists. Judi is shown here holding the National Council on Disability report From Privileges to Rights, which her good friend the late Rae Unzicker helped create. Judi served for years on the MFI board. (Photo by Tom Olin)
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