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1979 Jan. – 1979 Feb.

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

NAPA January-February newsletter

San Francisco (Calif.) - Concerning the upcoming Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, a call to help a blind psychiatric patient, legislators to write to, NAPA's art gallery, the boycott of Smith, Kline and French products, a letter-writing campaign to ban phenothiazines, and other information.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1976 Mar.

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

NAPA March Newsletter

San Francisco (Calif.) - Concerning the NAPA theatre workshop, meetings, groups, the Coalition Against Forced Treatment (CAFT), s showing of "Hurry Tomorrow," the North American Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, and other news.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1974 Aug.

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

NAPA August Newsletter

San Francisco (Calif.) - Concerning the committee against mandatory outpatient treatment, a rally on August 19, Assembly Bill 4481, the fight against electroshock treatment, the first NAPA benefit, NAPA's camping trip, classes offered at NAPA in August, the National Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, and other information.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1979 Mar. – 1979 Apr.

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

NAPA March-April newsletter

San Francisco (Calif.) - Concerning the seventh annual North American Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, updates on electroshock use, NAPA's publicity and fifth anniversary, and other information.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1977 Feb. – 1977 Mar.

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

NAPA February-March newsletter

San Francisco (Calif.) - Concerning a letter writing campaign against psycho-surgery, NAPA meetings schedule, anti-forced psychiatry groups, planning of a demonstration against the American Orthopsychiatric Association Conference, reaction to the American Civil Liberties Union's stance on forced treatment, and other information related to the work of the Network Against Psychiatric Assault.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1976 Apr.

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

NAPA April Newsletter

San Francisco (Calif.) - Concerning a drop-in group for former female psychiatric patients, a legal support committee, housing for people getting out of the hospital, a report on Sacramento, the North American Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, showing of the "Hurry Tomorrow" documentary, information on psychiatric drugs, tips for dealing with the FBI, and other news.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1978 Apr. – 1978 May

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

NAPA April-May newsletter

San Francisco (Calif.) - Concerning a public hearing for the legislation to outlaw electroshock in the city, the San Francisco ACLU's (American Civil Liberties Union) class action suit to end forced drugging in California institutions, the 6th North American Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, NAPA meetings, a call for volunteers, a demonstration at the American Orthopsychiartic Association Conference, Gove... more

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1974 Oct.

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

NAPA October Newsletter

San Francisco (Calif.) - Concerning NAPA's needs for their new office space, a notice of the men's rap group, the struggle against shock treatment, alternatives committee, and a report on Sacramento.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1977 Apr. – 1977 May

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

NAPA April-May newsletter

San Francisco (Calif.) - Concerning the search for a new office space, support of Cecilia Gonzales, groups, meetings, the fifth annual Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, legislation relating to psychiatry, protesting psychosurgery, and other information related to the work of the Network Against Psychiatric Assault.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1977 Oct.

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

NAPA October newsletter

San Francisco (Calif.) - Concerning NAPA's financial situation, a report on the fifth annual conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, the planning of an anti-psychosurgery demonstration, the airing of the documentary "Hurry Tomorrow" on public television, updates on President Carter and Governor Brown relating to the antipsychiatric movement, support groups, legislation, relating to psychiatry, and other informa... more

Judi Chamberlin Papers