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1979 Aug. – 1979 Sept.

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

NAPA August-September newsletter

Berkeley (Calif.) - Concerning NAPA moving its offices to Berkeley, a call for donations, NAPA literature, Madness Network News subscriptions, a NAPA press conference, the boycott of Smith Kline and French, the seventh annual North American Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, the lawsuit to stop forced drugging, and other information.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1981 Sept. – 1981 Nov.

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

NAPA September-October-November 1981 newsletter

Berkeley (Calif.) - Concerning the ninth annual Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, an update on California senate bill 524 regarding informed consent for shock therapy, protests against shock treatment at Herrick Hospital, establishment of a buddy system for former psychiatric patients, a list of public defenders and patients' rights advocates by location in California, and other information related t... more

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

1981 July – 1981 Aug.

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

NAPA July-August 1981 newsletter

Berkeley (Calif.) - Concerning legislation relating to shock treatment, NAPA's finances, information sheets and packets on shock and lobotomy, an update on the 9th annual Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, the mutual support network, and other information related to the work of the Network Against Psychiatric Assault.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1984

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

NAPA Fall 1984 newsletter

Berkeley (Calif.) - Concerning the 12th annual Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, a thanks for donations to NAPA, the National Association for Rights and Protection Advocacy (NARPA) conference, the demonstration against the American Psychiatric Association, opposition to proposition 41, public hearings on ECT regulations, the formation of the California Network of Mental Health Clients, and other info... more

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1983

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

NAPA Winter 1983 newsletter

Berkeley (Calif.) - Concerning NAPA's financial statement, the passing of a ballot question that prohibits electroconvulsive therapy in Berkeley, the FDA's hearing to reclassify electroshock machines as "low-risk," the 11th annual Conference on Human Rightsand Psychiatric Oppression, the planning of a demonstration at the American Psychiatric Association's annual meeting, a new edition of Dr. Calgari's book "Psychiatric ... more

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

1982

Mental Patients' Rights Association (MPRA)

Overview of m.p.r.a.

Lake Worth (Fla.) - Informational packet for MPRA, described as a 'mental patient' membered and controlled political collective and support network, operating an office drop-in center and client-run house. Including establishing ethos such as the concept of "mentalism," defined as the stigmatizing of perceived deviant behavior used to justify the mental health system and oppress those diagnosed as mentally ill. Future pl... more

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