How can the psychiatric survivor and disability movements work together? What about the proposed UN disability treaty that is in the US Senate? Guests David Morrissey, Celia Brown and Krista Erickson. as well as host David Oaks, are all leaders in the intersection between these movements. What’s your view? With your live calls from everywhere in the world, join us at 2 PM ET, 11 AM PT, for 60 exciting minutes.
|When|| Aug 11, 2012
from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
|Where||Global: Free on World Wide Web|
|Contact Phone||(646) 595-2125|
|Attendees||All are welcome.|
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This Saturday, 11 August 2012, at 2 pm ET, 11 am PT, your calls are welcome on this live free MindFreedom web radio show. To tune in at that time click here:
- Can the psychiatric survivor and disability movements unite?
- How can these movements work together on the United Nations disability treaty now being debated in the US Senate?
- David Morrissey is Executive Director of the US International Council on Disability (USICD), one of the main groups coordinating USA passage of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD). David Morrissey has worked on diverse disability issues, ranging from youth to Vietnam, and has a master’s degree in Public Service.
- Celia Brown is a psychiatric survivor and president of MindFreedom International. She led the MFI team in the UN. Plus, it’s her birthday!
- Krista Erickson is a cross-disability leader: Both a psychiatric survivor and blind, Krista has just been nominated to co-chair the mental health committee of the National Council on Independent Living. She is also on the MFI board.
- Host is David W. Oaks, a psychiatric survivor activist for 36 years, who directs MindFreedom International. Plus YOUR perspective on these questions, news, and more, with your calls answered by our friendly producer Sophie Fought.
- Plus your perspective on these questions.
How to listen and call-in live
(or hear the archive later)
At the start of the show, 2 pm ET or 11 am PT, you can go directly to the Blog Talk Radio site hosting the monthly “Second Saturday” show, here: www.blogtalkradio.com/davidwoaks
Call-in Number: (646) 595-2125.