Two clippings from unknown sources; one clipping appears to be a letter to the editor responding to an article entitled "'Madness and Medicine' revisited" by a psychiatrist; second clipping is about have patients have the right to see their hospital records.
Rockville (Md.) - Passing along a letter to the editor of Mother Jones written by a friend of Shifren's, Ben Hopkins, and inspired by Kennedy-Jones.
1982 Aug. 21
Finland - Article about or interview with Judi Chamberlin on the dangers of the mental health system and her work as an activist.
1983 Jan. 12
Chamberlin, Judi, 1944-2010
Somerville (Mass.) - Discussing mutual friends and personal mental health struggles. Following up after having sent a copy of Marge Piercy's Woman on the Edge of Time. Inquiring about the Psychopol meeting in Amsterdam.
1980 Apr. 13
Americans Against Psychiatric and Psychological Abuse
New York (N.Y.) - Advertising a public forum about political repressive psychiatry in the American workplace moderated by Francine Newman, Aquilla Fitzgerald, John Lombard, and Tom Weiss, and sponsored by the Americans Against Psychiatric and Psychological Abuse.
1980 Mar. 10
Forest Hills (New York, N.Y.) - Newman complains about the complicity of the courts with psychiatric cruelty and unethical behavior. Newman and John Lombard met Tom Weiss and are trying to hold a public forum on the repressive psychiatry that have faced.
1992 Jan. 24
Lynn (Mass.) - Passing along the business card of a woman, described as having a psychiatric disability, who Judy Heumann met at a meeting in St. Louis. In the enclosed letter from Judy, Japan is described as giving persons with psychiatric disability "the shaft" and it is suggested that the survivor community there could benefit from U.S. support.