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Oryx Cohen This Wednesday on MFI Radio

Psychiatric survivor human rights activist Oryx Cohen, founder of Freedom Center, is next guest on MindFreedom Radio on Wed. 10 January 2007 at 4 pm EST.

Oryx Cohen This Wednesday on MFI Radio

Oryx Cohen, psychiatric survivor and founder of Freedom Center


Psychiatric survivor activist Oryx Cohen is Guest on MindFreedom Internet Radio, January 10, 2007



To listen to MindFreedom Radio free and live click on http://www.theprn.org every Wednesday in 2007 at 4 pm EST, 1 pm PST. Or listen later by MP3 via archives or iTunes.

During the show you are invited to phone in live toll free with your questions or comments, or e-mail them at any time to radio(at)mindfreedom(dot)org.

Each MF Radio Show begins and ends with the latest news and resources about changing the mental health system by host David Oaks, director of MFI. MF Radio and archives are always free.

Brief bio


ORYX COHEN (photo above) is founder of the Freedom Center in Massachusetts. Oryx experienced abuse from the mental health system. He went on to get his Master's Degree, and start programs to help psychiatric survivors find alternatives, advocacy and employment.

For more info on Oryx and Freedom Center:
http://www.freedom-center.org/people/oryx.html

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