1975 Oct. 10
Chamberlin, Judi, 1944-2010
Bellingham (Wash.) - Chamberlin writes regarding the recent benefit that NAPA hosted in which they played "Hurry Tomorrow," a documentary about forced treatments in a Los Angeles state psychiatric hospital. She was glad to see how successful the benefit was, but criticizes the extra entertainment as being irrelevant to their mission, and makes some suggestions for future events.
1992 May 1
Eugene (Or.) - Concerning various topics relating to the ex-mental patient movement, including the protest of the American Psychiatry Association Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., racism in psychiatry, shock therapy, a history of psychiatric treatment, .
1975 Nov. 23
Dumont, Matthew P.
A review of the book "Too Much Anger, Too Many Tears" by Janet Gotkin.
1976 Nov. 22
An article from the Village Voice about Kenneth Donaldson's book, "Insanity Inside Out" and the Supreme Court case which ruled that he had been held unlawfully detained against his will in a mental institution for 15 years.
1977 Apr. 21
United States - A briefly noted section which reports that Judi Chamberlin was invited to the White House for a meeting establishing the President's Commission on Mental Health, and there met the President and First Lady in the East Room.
Eugene (Or.) - Concerning various topics relating to the ex-mental patient movement, including coverage of an anti-electroshock bill passed in Texas, comics, letters from readers, articles about the Clinton administration, coverage of protests of the A.P.A., and advertisements for books and other media.