Gallery view

1997 Mar. – 1997 May

National Association for Rights Protection and Advocacy (U.S.)

The Rights Tenet 1997 Spring

St. Paul (Minn.) - Includes: Paul Freddolino, "NARPA: the early years"; John Breeding, "Electroshock and Ritalin: elders as victims, elders as protectors"; Judi Chamberlin et al., "Survivor leaders respond to article in Psychiatric Services"; Kathryn Colbert, "Texas P&A sues state over ECT issue of consent."

Tom Behrendt Collection

1991 Mar. – 1991 May

National Association for Rights Protection and Advocacy (U.S.)

The Rights Tenet 1991 Spring

Minneapolis (Minn.) - Includes: Joan Shapiro, "Long-term psychotherapy with 'chronic' clients"; Peter R. Breggin, "News and views on psychiatry"; Don Weitz, "Struggling against shock in Ontario" a brief history"; Irit Shimrat, "Ontario survivors are organized and strong"; Paul Dorfner, "On the level: a report from the National Mental Health Consumers Association."

Tom Behrendt Collection

2000 Mar. – 2000 Aug.

National Association for Rights Protection and Advocacy (U.S.)

The Rights Tenet 2000 Spring/Summer

Lawrence (Kans.) - Includes: "The Highlander statement of concern and call to action"; Michael McCubbin, "Sweet words that hurt: the make-believe world of user participation, rights and voice"; John Breeding, "Children and psychiatric drugs: Colorado's concern should be ours as well"; Stacie Hiramoto, "The psychiatric survivors movement needs more diversity"; Julia Schulman, "Residents' f... more

Tom Behrendt Collection

1978

Alliance for the liberation of mental patients vol. 127 no. 44

Philadelphia (Pa.) - The newsletter calls for a boycotts, protests, and demonstrations against the SmithKline Corporation mostly based off of the company's production of Thorazine. A short article talks about a conference of former and current psychiatric inmates; some of the workshops at the conference that the author highlights include one on arts and the anti-psychiatry movement, a men's caucus, and a gay group. There ... more

Cynthia Miller Papers

1988

National Alliance of Mental Patients

NAMP news Spring/Summer

Sioux Falls (S.D.) - A newsletter by the National Alliance of Mental Patients. This issue includes an interview with Peggy Timblin, member of the planning committee for Alternatives '88, and article by Judi Chamberlin about Joyce Patricia Brown, a homeless woman who was involuntarily committed to Bellevue Hospital as part of New York City Mayor Koch's plan to institutionalize the homeless mentally ill, and a talk Brown wa... more

Cynthia Miller Papers

1988

The Coalition Against Psychiatric Abuse

Commitment papers

Atlanta (Ga.) - Newsletter by ex-mental patients that features an article on electroshock therapy, steps that can be taken to protect and exercise the rights of those in mental health facilities, adolescent treatment centers with excerpts from adolescents about their experiences in such centers, and alternatives to pills.

Cynthia Miller Papers

1977

Project Release

We are silent no longer! The newsletter of Project Release vol. 1 no. 4

New York (N.Y.) - Featuring updates on activities, specifically the publishing of the Consumers' Guide to Psychiatric Medication, work on a patients' rights handbook and presence at public events such as conferences, radio shows and new patient rights committees. Including writing from David H. Briggs, Fern Pollack, Joyce Kasinsky, Howie T. Harp and Charles Cane. A book review by Bob Hawes of J. Herbert Fill's The Ment... more

Cynthia Miller Papers

1977

Project Release

We are silent no longer! The newsletter of Project Release vol. 1 no. 6

New York (N.Y.) - Featuring updates on ongoing activities and special events, specifically increased membership, workshops, fundraising efforts and public forums, a benefit showing of the film Hurry Tomorrow, solidarity with a Project Release group in Ontario and the completion of a draft form of the patient's rights handbook written in conjunction with the Mental Health Law Project. Also of interest is the development... more

Cynthia Miller Papers

1977

Project Release

We are silent no longer! The newsletter of Project Release vol. 1 no. 5

New York (N.Y.) - Featuring updates on activities, specifically the organiation's move to a larger headquarters, its establishment as a non-profit with tax exempt status and testimony presented to a joint state legislative hearing on mental hygiene. Including writing from Joyce Kasinsky, Larry Friedman, Frank Perino and David H. Briggs.

Cynthia Miller Papers

1982

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

NAPA Autumn 1982 newsletter

Berkeley (Calif.) - Concerning the showing of the antipsychiatry documentaries "Fit to be un-tied" and "Hurry Tomorrow", NAPA meetings schedule, an art exhibit that featured women having conversations (including a group of former psychiatric patients), information on shock treatment, and other information related to the work of the Network Against Psychiatric Assault.

Judi Chamberlin Papers