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2014 Apr. 12

Science for the People (Organization)

Toxics and Occupational and Public Health Session 2, Panel 7

A panel from the Science for the People: The 1970s and Today conference discussing public health concerns and occupational health. Frank Bove, Board Member, Environmental Community Action (ECO-Action), a grassroots environmental organization in Georgia, presented "Environmental Epidemiology for the People: Working with Communities on Toxic Chemicals and the Precautionary Principle." Sc... more

Science for the People Records

1977 Feb. 15

Chamberlin, Judi, 1944-2010

Notes on telephone calls

Record of phone conversation with Dr. Louis E. Kopolow regarding the doctor patient relationship.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1980 Aug.

Chamberlin, Judi, 1944-2010

Notes on telephone calls

Record of two phone conversations with Sarah A. Mattes from the Harvard School of Public Health, including a lengthly interview through which Chamberlin determined that Mattes "is coming from a sociology perspective, anti-medical model, etc." and is intersted in the origins and function of deinstitutionalization.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1980 Sept. 2

Chamberlin, Judi, 1944-2010

Letter from Judi Chamberlin to Barbara Donnolly

Note accompanying a copy of MPLF's position paper and the legal rights handbook, Your Rights as a Mental Patient in Massachusetts. Requesting that the book be returned after copies are made.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1980 Aug. 28

White, Georgiana K.

Letter from Georgiana K. White to Judi Chamberlin

Boston (Mass.) - Notifying Chamberlin of a project examining internal and external patient advocacy programs. Expressing an interest in meeting with Chamberlin in order to learn about the "functions of free-standing advocacy organizations" such as the Mental Patients Liberation Front.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1980 Aug. 28

Mattes, Sarah A.

Letter from Sarah A. Mattes to Judi Chamberlin

Boston (Mass.) - Thanking Chamberlin for her perspective on deinstitutionalization and policy development. Hoping that the Community Health Program at Tufts will be in contact and referencing possible future organizing in opposition to Question 2.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1980 July 18

Roberts, Marc J.

Letter from Marc J. Roberts to Judi Chamberlin

Boston (Mass.) - Accompanying a copy of a proposal submitted to the NIMH and notifying Chamberlin of a study on deinstitutionalization in Massachusetts, as her name has been mentioned to the researchers by several people. Inquiring about setting up an interview.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1980 Mar. 1

Roberts, Marc J.

Interstate variations in the implementation of deinstitutionalization A research proposal

Concerning the development of the process and policy of deinstritutionalization of the mentally ill. Proposing research to explore the variations in program type, implementation and success across several states. Including handwritten notes in red pen from Chamberlin.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1986 Oct. 4

Knútsson, Hope

Letter from Hope Knútsson to Judi Chamberlin

Reykjavík (Iceland) - On Knútsson having quit Geðhjálp, resigning as president and from the board and promising only to continue work on the Winter lecture series. Reporting the negative reactions of others on the board and Knútsson's various justifications for her decision both public and personal. Considering the possibility of setting up an independent health education service in place of the work previously done for Ge... more

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1995 Apr. 27

CYR Associates

Boston Ryan White CARE act title I planning council meeting

Boston (Mass.) - Condensed transcript featuring representatives from local organizations, most of which are recipients of Title I funding, in conversation as the Planning Council. The meeting's stated purpose is to discuss committee reports regarding policy, resources and allocations, program evaluation, planning, consumer participation and outreach and by-laws. The Department of Health and Hospital Report and Respond... more

Boston AIDS Consortium Records