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"Rethink Psychiatry" is Topic of Next MindFreedom Live Web Radio

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This Saturday, 14 May 2011, tune in live from wherever you are to the special "Rethink Psychiatry" event in Portland, Oregon. Host David Oaks will broadcast live at this grassroots activist "mental health justice" gathering with 39 workshops on winning human rights and alternatives in mental health. Plus with your live calls from everywhere in the world. 2 PM ET, 11 AM PT, one hour.

What
  • Broadcast
When May 14, 2011
from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Where Global: Free on World Wide Web
Contact Name
Contact Phone 541-345-9106
Attendees All are welcome.
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Topic: Rethinking Psychiatry!

 

This Saturday, 14 May 2011, at 2 pm ET, your calls are welcome on this live free web radio show on the topic of "Rethinking Psychiatry."

Host David W. Oaks will broadcast live via the web from this special grassroots event, with activists working together for justice in mental health care.

Plus YOUR live calls with your comments and questions.

You'll also hear the latest news about Elizabeth Ellis campaign to stop her forced electroshock... The MindFreedom delegation's trip to Ghana to work for human rights... and more.
 

At the start of the show, you can go directly to the Blog Talk Radio site hosting the monthly "Second Saturday" show, here:

www.blogtalkradio.com/davidwoaks

 

There you can listen and call in LIVE or listen to the archive later.

 

Info on Rethink Psychiatry event itself, click here. 

 

More information on the above radio show itself, click to this news item.

 

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Ted Chabasinski

Ted received electroshock at the age of six, and spent 10 years of his youth locked up inside a state psychiatric institution. He became a psychiatric survivor movement leader in 1971, and later became an attorney. He has served on the board of MindFreedom International for several years. (Photo by Tom Olin)
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