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ECT Day of Protest: May 16th Schedule of Cities

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Locations, times, and contact people information will be updated as the date approaches. Keep checking back! Check below for protest/rally address & times...


May 16th, 2015

Locations, times, and contact people information will be updated as the date approaches. 
Keep checking back! Check below for protest/rally address & times

If you would like to hold your own protest, send an email inquiry to:
Contact information will be listed as it becomes available.

May 16th

Address and Protest/Rally times below.

Keep checking back, more are being added all the time.






Herrick Hospital - Dwight Way (near Shattuck Ave.), Berkeley, CA

2pm - 4pm


UF Health Brain Stimulation Center - Shands Hospital - 1600 SW Archer Rd., Gainesville, FL

12 - 2pm


Mass General Hospital - corner of Cambridge St. and N. Grove St., Boston

starts at 1pm


Acadia Hospital - 268 Stillwater Ave., Bangor, ME 04401

11am - 1pm


Bluestockings Bookstore, Cafe, and Activist Center - 172 Allen St., NY, NY 10002

7pm - 9pm


Bellevue Hospital - Manhattan, NY


OSU Wexner’s Harding Hospital - 12th and Upham, 1670 Upham Dr. #130, South Campus, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

2pm - 4pm


Kaiser Sunnyside Medical Center - 10180 SE Sunnyside Rd., Clackamas, OR

11am - 1pm


Wayne Morse Free Speech Plaza - 125 E. Eighth Ave., Eugene, OR

1:30pm - 2:30pm





Grey Nuns Community Hospital - 1100 Youville Dr. West (3015 62 Street NW), Edmonton - website: 

12 - 3pm


Royal Ottawa Mental Health Center - 1145 Carling Ave., Ottawa, Ontario



Nathan Phillips Square - 100 Queen St. West, in front of Archer Statue, Toronto



Park House @ North Manchester Hospital - Manchester, England


Prospect Park Hospital - Honey End Lane, RG30 4EJ Reading, England

mail or just turn up



The Houses of Parliament (Old Palace Yard - behind Westminster Abbey), London SW1P 3JY

2pm - 6pm


Grand Parade - Cork, Ireland

2pm - 4pm

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