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MindFreedom Lane County First Wednesday Round Table

Almost every first Wednesday of the month, at 5:30 pm, MindFreedom Lane County holds a public, free meeting with important news, presentation and open moderated discussion. The location is the community Round Table directly outside the MindFreedom office on the second floor of 454 Willamette, Suite 216, Eugene, Oregon, USA. Check to make sure the meeting is happening. All are welcome. Wheelchair accessible.

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Youth is the special topic of this MindFreedom Lane County First Wednesday Round Table in September 2007.
Folder Flyer: "The Ryan Salisbury Shooting One Year Later"
A flyer, available in both Word and PDF formats, announcing a free community gathering on 7 November 2007. This gathering will address those changes in mental health care for youth that have taken place since Ryan Salisbury's death last year.
Folder Flyer: "We Are All Britney"
A flyer, available in both Word and PDF formats, announcing a free community gathering on youth and mental health issues, 6 February 2008 in Eugene, Oregon. This gathering will address the problems that youth face in the mental health system.
Folder First Wednesday 2 July 2008 MindFreedom Lane County
Calendar item and downloadable poster (PDF) of the 2 July 2008 MindFreedom First Wednesday free meeting in Eugene, Oregon, USA, on arts, activism and alternatives in mental health.
Folder First Wednesday 4 March 2009 MindFreedom Lane County
Calendar item and downloadable poster (PDF) of the 4 March 2009 MindFreedom First Wednesday free meeting in Eugene, Oregon, USA, on fighting stigma through mad pride.
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Kris experienced forced electroshock while locked up in a psychiatric institution in India. Kris became an MFI leader, and is shown here at a Highlander strategy conference. A powerful story teller from a poor Appalachian background, Kris obtained her master's degree and became accredited as a family counselor in California. Her practice specializes in nondrug voluntary and humane alternatives for people labeled with psychiatric disabilities. (Photo by Tom Olin.)
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