Judi’s Room is a free monthly public event for facilitating intersectional dialogue on the subjects of disabilities and mental illness. It is presented remotely by MindFreedom International and I Love You, Lead On via Zoom on the first Wednesday of each month at 6 PM Eastern Time, and typically begins with an educational presentation by one or more expert panelists followed by an open discussion in which any attendees may take part.

The program is named after the celebrated civil rights activist Judi Chamberlin (1944 – 2010), who was a key figure in the formation of the Mad Pride and psychiatric survivor movements as well as a former member of MFI’s board of directors.

If you are not yet subscribed to our mailing list for Judi’s Room and would like to sign up to receive invitations to these events in the future, please send an email to office@mindfreedom.org with “Add me to Judi’s Room” in the subject heading.

You can view recordings of past Judi’s Room events on MFI’s official YouTube channel.

If you would like to support Judi’s Room, please consider donating to MFI and I Love You, Lead On.