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2000

National Association for Rights Protection and Advocacy

The Rights Tenet

United States - A copy of The Rights Tenet, the quarterly newsletter for the National Association for Rights Protection and Advocacy (NARPA), which Judi Chamberlin has proofread and to which she has made corrections.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

2000

National Association for Rights Protection and Advocacy

The Rights Tenet

United States - A copy of The Rights Tenet, the quarterly newsletter for the National Association for Rights Protection and Advocacy (NARPA), which Judi Chamberlin has proofread and to which she has made corrections.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1998 Sept. – 1998 Nov.

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

The Rights Tenet 1998 Fall

Rumford, (R.I.) - Includes: "NARPA '98 Conference"; "This just in from the Disability Law Project in Burlington, Vt."; Lawrence Stevens, "Does mental illness exist?"

Tom Behrendt Collection

1997 Sept. – 1997 Nov.

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

The Rights Tenet 1997 Fall

St. Paul (Minn.) - Includes: "The learning edge: spirit of equality"; "Mental health advocate: the struggle for social justice"; Peter R. Breggin, "European survivor and doctor attacked by drug company"; Michael A. Susko, "Disturbing information from academia"; Bill Johnson, "Thoughts about things in general."

Tom Behrendt Collection

1992 Sept. – 1992 Nov.

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

The Rights Tenet 1992 Fall

Minneapolis (Minn.) - Includes: Mary Olympia, "'Alternatives as answers' in the heart of America"; Peter R. Breggin, "Update on the 'violence initiative'"; Lynne Duke, "NIH holds up subsidy for crime, genetics conference"; Paul P. Freddolino, "Family, consumer, and advocate perspectives"; Betty Blaska, "Found in an adult patient psychiatric handbook."

Tom Behrendt Collection

1989 Dec. –

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

The Rights Tenet 1989 Dec.

Minneapolis (Minn.) - Includes: Andrea K. Blanch, Paul J. Carlin, and Priscilla Ridgway, "Implementing a supported housing approach"; "1989 NARPA Conference"; Sandra Everett, "Electroshock: the nightmare."

Tom Behrendt Collection

1990 Mar. –

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

The Rights Tenet 1990 Mar.

Minneapolis (Minn.) - Includes: Peter Breggin, "The scapegoating of American children"; "A new coalition for psychiatric liberation"; M. Renee Bostick, "NARPA asks for more P&A funding, access to records; Congress says no"; Mary Olympia, "Some days advocacy feels like hop, skip and trip."

Tom Behrendt Collection

1990 Dec. – 1991 Feb.

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

The Rights Tenet 1991 Winter

Minneapolis (Minn.) - Includes: Paul Freddolino, "1990 NARPA conference goes international"; Leonard Roy Frank, "The Center for the Study of Psychiatry feature report: San Francisco puts electroshock on public trial"; "Drug lawsuit, drug companies, make Minnesota news"; Mary Olympia, "Editorial: the family of NARPA."

Tom Behrendt Collection

1988

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

The Rights Tenet 1988 Jan.

Minneapolis (Minn.) - Includes: Paul Freddolino, "NARPA Annual Conference held in Detroit"; Marilyn Jackson Beeck, Ira M. Schwartz, and Andrew Rutherford, "Trends and issues in juvenile confinement for psychiatric and chemical dependency treatment"; David Specht, "Study of friendships: what it's like to the 'in' but not 'part of' a community"; Bill Johnson, "Minnesota hospital calls for less... more

Tom Behrendt Collection

1985 Mar. – 1985 May

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

The Rights Tenet 1985 Spring

Bloomington (Minn.) - Includes: "NARPA's task force on the 'right to refuse' develops work plan"; M. Renee Bostick, "Ohio medication refusal policy refined after national study"; "The origins of the right to refuse psychiatric treatment and antipsychotic medication; information on 1985 NARPA conference, "The cause endures."

Tom Behrendt Collection