It’s MAD LIVE RADIO this Wednesday, 26 September 2007, at 4 pm ET. You can click, listen and phone in to a free live web interview on MindFreedom Internet Radio with two Mad Pride activists in Toronto, Canada: Ruth Ruth and Jeremiah Bach. Phone in live with your questions & comments. Host is David Oaks.
Listen in live this Wednesday, 26 September 2007, at 4 pm ET. It’s easy! Just click on:
Hear Toronto Activists for Mad Pride on the next MindFreedom Free Live Internet Radio
You are invited to tune in LIVE on the web Wednesday, 26 September 2007, 4pm ET, to hear the latest news, and an interview with two special gusts.
This week’s guests have helped lead creative Mad Pride celebrations in Toronto:
- Ruth Ruth is a community theatre director with The Friendly Spike Theatre Band a community theatre for psychiatric survivors and people with disabilities. Ruth Ruth is a part time disability studies student at Ryerson School of Disability Studies.
- Jeremiah Bach is an activist in the Mad and Disability movement in Canada. Currently he is a community service worker in community mental health, and has a BA in political science.
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The MindFreedom News host is David Oaks, who also sums up the latest “Mad News” and resources.
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New feature on MindFreedom web site: Download and hear past shows!
A new section of the MindFreedom web site now lets you download and hear more than a dozen past MindFreedom Radio Shows! For this special MFI archive click here:
Upcoming Guests on MindFreedom Radio:
- Wed., 3 October 2007, 4 pm ET: Dorothy Washburn Dundas
While institutionalized for three years as an adolescent in the 1960’s, Dorothy Washburn Dundas was labeled a “schizophrenic” and forced to undergo 40 combined insulincoma-electroshock “treatments.” She experienced and witnessed many atrocities.
Dorothy says, “Luck, determination, my own anger and one compassionate advocate were my
best friends on the road to my ultimate survival and freedom.”
Through a number of op-ed pieces, she has voiced her opposition to abusive psychiatric practices, and her poster, “Behind Locked Doors,” which she created from her hospital records, is used in training programs. She lives in the Boston area where she has raised her four wonderful children; she founded and is the sole driver in her “safe, friendly and reliable” car service, The Crystal Lake Express.
- Wed., 10 October 2007, 4 pm: A pre-recorded repeat of a past show will be played.
- Wed, 17 October 2007 , 4 pm: Al Galves
Al is a psychologist and activist for more choices in the mental healthsystem. He is also the author of a brand new book, “Lighten Up: DanceWith Your Dark Side.”
It’s your mind! It’s your freedom! Free your mind with theMindFreedom Mad Live Web News Hour hosted by David Oaks.
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