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Chamberlin, Judi, 1944-2010

Judi Chamberlin Papers, ca.1970-2010.

23 boxes (34.5 linear feet).
Call no.: MS 768
Judi Chamberlin, 2000
Judi Chamberlin, 2000

A pioneer in the psychiatric survivors’ movement, Judi Chamberlin spent four decades as an activist for the civil rights of mental patients. After several voluntary hospitalizations for depression as a young woman, Chamberlin was involuntarily committed for the only time in 1971, having been diagnosed with schizophrenia. Her experiences in the mental health system galvanized her to take action on patients’ rights, and after attending a meeting of the newly formed Mental Patients’ Liberation Project in New York, she helped found the Mental Patients’ Liberation Front in Cambridge, Mass. Explicitly modeled on civil rights organizations of the time, she became a tireless advocate for the patient’s perspective and for choice in treatment. Her book, On Our Own: Patient Controlled Alternatives to the Mental Health System (1978), is considered a key text in the intellectual development of the movement. Working internationally, she became an important figure in several other organizations, including the Center for Psychiatric Rehabilition at Boston University, the Ruby Rogers Advocacy Center, the National Disability Rights Network, and the National Empowerment Center. In recognition of her advocacy, she was awarded the Distinguished Service Award by the President’s Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities in 1992, the David J. Vail National Advocacy Award, and the 1995 Pike Prize, which honors those who have given outstanding service to people with disabilities. Chamberlin died of pulmonary disease at home in Arlington, Mass., in January 2010.

An important record of the development of the psychiatric survivors’ movement from its earliest days, the Chamberlin Papers include rich correspondence between Chamberlin, fellow activists, survivors, and medical professionals; records of her work with the MPLF and other rights organizations, conferences and meetings, and her efforts to build the movement internationally.

Background on Judi Chamberlin

No, anger is not ‘nice,’ but it’s real, it comes from the gut, and not to be angry at being shit upon is being dead — which is exactly what shrinks and their kind want us all to become. That’s why they lock us up, drug us, cut into our brains with electricity and with knives if they possibly can. . .

But anger is exhausting, and being put down for our anger is destructive. What we need is to be able to turn to one another for strength, for support, for understanding. There is a group in Boston called Mental Patients’ Liberation Front that does this.

– (MS 768 Series 2 Organization: Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric oppression, third, 1975)

Judi Chamberlin was a psychiatric survivor. Influenced by the civil rights movement, second-wave feminism, and gay liberation, mental patients organized their own advocacy groups in the early 1970s. By referring to themselves not as “mental patients” but as “ex-patients,” “ex-inmates,” or “psychiatric survivors,” they emphasized that their goal was to gain respect for their human rights just as their peers in other movements had before them. Why do “sane” people draw boundaries between “Us” and “Them?” Why is it ok to involuntarily commit those labeled “them” to psychiatric hospitals, to conduct forced drugging, electroshock, and psychosurgery, and to label “them” as “mental patients?” The Psychiatric Survivors Movement, the fourth wave of social change in America, challenged the power of psychiatry, the definition of madness, and the unquestioned bias against mental patients to seek true liberation and social justice.

Through her thirty nine years of advocacy work, Chamberlin questioned the medical model based explanation of mental illness. Instead she argued societal pressures caused her emotional distress that lead her to voluntary and involuntary commitments to psychiatric hospitals in the late 1960s. She published On Our Own: Patient-Controlled Alternatives to the Mental Health System in 1978 where she described the dehumanizing care she received in psychiatric hospitals and exposed how the “treatment” stripped patients of the ability to determine their own lives. Based on her experience, she proposed an alternative environment for ex-patients where they operated their own support system without the oversight of mental health professionals. After moving to Boston in 1975, she became a key-member of the Mental Patients Liberation Front, the Ruby Rogers Advocacy and Drop-in Center, and the National Empowerment Center in order to bring her objectives into practice. From the 1990s onwards, Chamberlin actively participated in the cross-disability advocacy work by joining the American Association of People with Disabilities founded by Justin Dart.

Chamberlin was born in Manhattan in 1944 and raised in Brooklyn as an only child of a lower middle class Jewish family. Like many women who grew up in the 1950s, she did not question the expectation that she would marry young, become a homemaker, and start a family. However, when she experienced a miscarriage at the age of twenty one, she became severely depressed. She spent days in bed crying, mourning for her loss. Her obstetrician became concerned and referred her to a psychiatrist who prescribed Thorazine and Stelazine after her first outpatient visit.

After a few months with no improvement, the psychiatrist suggested she should be hospitalized. Somewhat naively, Chamberlin never questioned that psychiatry would free her from her distress. She first committed herself to a psychiatric hospital on a voluntary basis in 1966. Over the next seven months, she went back and forth between half a dozen hospitals in New York. In the end, she was involuntarily sent to Rockland State Hospital where she ingested undiluted liquid Thorazine that burnt her mouth and throat. Her diagnosis was that of chronic schizophrenia with homicidal and suicidal tendencies who required a life-long custodial care. After being discharged, she decided that psychiatry did not provide a solution to her distress.

Through seeing a skillful psychologist and participating in the women’s liberation movement, she gradually rebuilt her confidence. In 1971, Chamberlin joined the newly formed Mental Patients Liberation Project (MPLP) in New York. One of the first patient-run advocacy groups, the MPLP gave Chamberlin a sense of liberation and empowerment. Through this involvement, Chamberlin and Ted Chabasinski, a child survivor of electroconvulsive therapy who became her spouse and remained a lifelong, close friend of Chamberlin’s, formed the Mental Patients Resistance.

Leaving New York for Vancouver, British Columbia in 1974, Chamberlin began to experience a sense of overwhelming distress again. After a turbulent but powerful transformational experience at the Vancouver Emotional Emergency Center, she moved to Bellingham, Washington. While her effort in establishing an ex-patients group in Bellingham did not take off, she testified as an ex-patient for the Senate Subcommittee on Juvenile Delinquency chaired by Birch Bayh in 1975. With other survivors such as Janet Gotkin, Wade Hudson, and Anthony Brandt, she spoke to the public about how neuroleptics like Thorazine gave her an overwhelming sense of fear, anxiety, and jitteriness. She concluded that the vicious cycle of drug dependency she experienced during the hospitalization made her less determined to improve her life situation.

1975 was a transformational year for her. Based on her own experiences in psychiatric hospitals and at the Vancouver Emotional Emergency Center, she began writing On Our Own to promote the ex-patient controlled alternative to psychiatry. The American public was also undergoing a transformation; the 1975 release of the movie One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest helped raise awareness about abuse in psychiatric hospitals to a broader audience. At the end of 1975, she moved to Boston, where she resided until her death in 2010, to join the Mental Patients Liberation Front (MPLF). She would later call the MPLF “the purest, clear, radical group.” 1 The organization had a practical, effective strategy backed up with the philosophy of the civil rights movement. When Chamberlin joined the group, they were focusing on in-hospital organizing by distributing a booklet called Your Rights as a Mental Patient in Massachusetts to the patients at the Boston State Hospital. The MPLF sponsored the Fourth Annual Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression in 1976, marching around the Massachusetts Mental Health Center and the Harvard Medical School with a sign bearing the slogan: “Smash Psychiatric Oppression!!!”

During the 1980s, Chamberlin became more involved with public speaking engagements. Allied with psychiatrists like Thomas Szasz, Loren Mosher, and Peter Breggin who questioned the practice of psychiatry from their discipline, she became a key figure of the movement. However, when the first Alternative conference was held in 1985, the psychiatric survivor movement began to transform. While some continued calling themselves survivors, some began to identify themselves as consumers of mental health services. When Chamberlin, Rae Unzicker, and other survivors decided to diverge from the National Mental Health Consumer’s Association to form the National Alliance of Mental Patients (later the National Association of Psychiatric Survivors), the split became apparent. The survivors like Ted Chabasinski felt now they were conducting advocacy work to gain funding from a governmental organization like the National Institute of Mental Health, not to communicate to the general public the oppression and assault they had experienced in psychiatric hospitals nor the ignorance and indifference they received in their everyday life.

Shortly after the Americans with Disabilities Act was enacted in 1990, Chamberlin became actively involved with the cross-disability advocacy work. She was pleasantly surprised by finding parallels between her and people with physical disabilities; like psychiatric survivors, they had been rebelling against the systematic medical control over their everyday lives. As she learned how the American Association of People with Disabilities established by Justin Dart was successfully receiving support and grants from multiple sources, she became attracted to the possibility of merging those two separate movements into one. Her contribution to the 2000 federal report of the National Council of Disability, From Privileges to Rights was a benchmark in cross-disability activism.

Throughout her long and successful advocacy work, she and her colleagues questioned the dominance of medical explanations of mental illness, arguing that the etiology of human distress is far more mufti-faceted than the medical model would like to present as an organic, biological imbalance of brain chemical activity. Like many social critics in the late 1960s, she questioned the very concept of “mental illness,” challenging that it could come from a socially constructed concept systematizing what is normal and abnormal, what behavior is acceptable or not acceptable; she thought her emotional distress in 1966 came from various social pressures that she was unaware of.

On the other hand, she also believed every person had a right to choose whether or not to be treated by psychiatry. What a consumer/ survivor/ ex-patient needs is self-determination, the power to make his/ her own decision by themselves, not by someone else. She was an activist with two sides. Certainly she was a pragmatic activist who was not carried over by dogmatic factionalism; the true objective of her advocacy work was building an alternative to conventional psychiatry where ex-patients could support each other in a mutually empowering environment. However, she was also a passionate activist who did not forget the anger that came from her involuntary commitment. She had an ability to mobilize anger to a meaningful collective action for social justice. Her emotional reaction to injustice and her pragmatic goal of building a patient-controlled alternative were two qualities that made Judi Chamberlin an outstanding civil rights activist.

Contents of Collection

The Chamberlin Papers chronicle 39-years of an activist’s experience in the Psychiatric Survivors Movement. Based on the original order created by Judi, the collection is divided into 5 series to illustrate her advocacy work and her personal life. What characterizes the series organization is the way she saw herself as an independent activist approaching her work through her multiple relational knots to individuals and organizations.

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Series Descriptions
1964-2002

This series includes Chamberlin’s extensive personal and professional correspondence. On a personal basis, she exchanged letters with psychiatric survivors and sympathetic non-survivors in North America, Europe, and Australia. Other correspondence documents Chamberlin’s work with a wide range of civil rights and patients’ rights organizations and projects, as well as material relating to the publication of On Our Own, testimonials, and court cases in which she was involved.

1972-2006

This large series is divided into two subseries chronicling Chamberlin’s advocacy work: Conferences and Organizations. The Conferences subseries documents national and international conferences as well as some teleconferences, including registration materials, leaflets, reports, and correspondence, and for some conferences, copies of Chamberlin’s talks. The Organizations subseries covers Chamberlin’s participation in committees, advisory boards, and small meetings, and includes business correspondence, financial information, and meeting minutes.

1970-2010

Newsletters and publications by consumer, survivor, and ex-patient groups, disability rights groups, drop-in centers, and governmental organizations. Among the many titles are substantial runs of Dendron, In A Nutshell, Mouth Magazine, and Your Rights as a Mental Patient in Massachusetts. A smaller portion of this series covers manuscripts written by or about Chamberlin, including both published and unpublished articles, reviews, op-eds, and interviews.

1971-2006

Newspaper articles about mental health, psychiatry, courtroom cases, and Chamberlin’s personal interests.

1944-2009

Objects and information that reflect both Chamberlin’s long history of advocacy and her personal life. The series includes comes basic documentation of Chamberlin’s life, including copies of her birth certificate, marriage and divorce certificates, photographs, college essays, and political buttons.

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Inventory of Collection
1964-2002
ABC Weekend News: Right to Refuse Treatment 1978 Box 1
Alliance for Liberation of Mental Patients 1976-1982 Box 1
Alliance for Liberation of Mental Patients: Lapon, Lenny 1979-1980 Box 1
Alliance for Liberation of Mental Patients: Smith, Kline and French Boycott 1978-1981 Box 1
Ambrosino, Margie 1973-1980 Box 1
America 1978-1982 Box 1
America 1980-1983 Box 1
America circa 1980 Box 1
America: Baltimore Area Ex-Patients 1978-1984 Box 1
America: New Hampshire Ex-Patients 1980-1981 Box 1
America: Rhode Island Ex-Patients 1985 Box 1
America: Washington D.C. Area Ex-Patients 1978-1980 Box 1
Americans Against Psychiatric and Psychological Abuse 1979-1980 Box 1
Americans with Disabilities Act: Class Action Against MBTA 1994 Box 1
Australia: New Zealand 1983-1994 Box 1
Boldt, Anne 1981-1985 Box 1
Boston Globe 1984 Box 1
Boston Globe: Confidential Chat 1982 Box 1
Bozarth, Ollie 1976-1977 Box 1
Bozarth, Ollie 1978 Box 1
Bozarth, Ollie 1979-1982 Box 1
Bradforn, Jean: Anthony, Bill 1981 Box 1
Breggin, Peter 1987-1999 Box 1
Breur, Dunya 1979-1981 Box 1
Breur, Dunya 1982 Box 1
Breur, Dunya 1983-1991 Box 1
Breur, Dunya: A Hidden Memory 1985-1988 Box 1
Brown, Joyce 1987 Box 1
Brown, Phil 1983 Box 1
Cahn, Howard (Howi) 1973-1991 Box 1
Canada 1983-1985 Box 1
Canada: Yukon Trip: Includes Journal 1993 Box 1
Care in Place 1992-1994 Box 1
Caras, Sylvia 1994 Box 1
CBS Evening News 1985 Box 1
CBS Evening News: Your Turn 1979-1980 Box 1
Chabasinski, Ted 1971-1973 Box 1
Chabasinski, Ted 1974 Box 1
Chabasinski, Ted 1975-1976 Box 1
Chabasinski, Ted 1977-1979 Box 1
Chabasinski, Ted 1980-1985 Box 1
Chamberlin, Julie 1968-1987 Box 1
Chester, Phyllis 1991-1994 Box 1
Collins, Jenny Undated Box 1
Collins, Jenny 1977 Box 1
Collins, Jenny Undated-1982 Box 1
Connex International 1985 Box 1
Cuba Trip 1977 Box 1
Currents: Horizon House Institute for Research and Development 1978-1979 Box 1
Dart, Justin 1995 Box 1
Dart, Justin: Pelka Fred 1998 Box 1
Davidson, Ben 1998 Box 1
David Sysskind Show 1978 Box 1
Dear Dr. Kronenberg Undated Box 1
Dimond, Ronald 1996 Box 1
Doe v. Klein 1977 Box 1
Donahue 1980 Box 1
Donovan, Judie 1980 Box 1
Dorfner, Paul 1979-1984 Box 1
Donaldson, Kenneth 1977-1980 Box 1
Drakos, Artie 1990 Box 1
Edna McConnell Clark Foundation 1978-1984 Box 1
Ellingson, Carolyn 1978-1983 Box 2
Fisher, Daniel 1980-2002 Box 2
Frank, Leonard Roy 1978-1979 Box 2
Frank, Leonard Roy 1980-1981 Box 2
Frank, Leonard Roy 1982-1989 Box 2
Fritz, Joannie 1980-1983 Box 2
Fujii, Shuich 1991-1992 Box 2
Geld, Howard (Howie the Harp) 1995 Box 2
Geremia, Anthony 1977 Box 2
Glamour circa 1973 Box 2
Gordon, Richard 1979 Box 2
Grobe, Jeanine 1992-1995 Box 2
Gronguist, James 1978 Box 2
Harvard University: School of Public Health 1980 Box 2
Heard, John 1978-1979 Box 2
Henley, Nancy Undated Box 2
Hentoff, Nat 1978-1982 Box 2
Hess, Jordan 1974-1983 Box 2
Hinsdale, Kristen 1980-1981 Box 2
Holochuck, Steve 1983 Box 2
Irick, Patrick 1986 Box 2
Japan Trip: Dart, Justin: Dart, Yashiko 1993-1994 Box 2
Janovsky, Arthur 1982 Box 2
Johnson, Bill 1979-1983 Box 2
Johnson, Sharon 1979-1984 Box 2
Journal of Mind and Behavior 1982 Box 2
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 1983-1985 Box 2
Joseph, Dave 1980-1983 Box 2
Joseph, Dave 1984-1987 Box 2
Jones v. Ruby Rogers Advocacy Center 1994 Box 2
Keddie, Ken 1991-1992 Box 2
Kennedy-Jones, Catherine 1979 Box 2
Kennedy-Jones, Catherine 1980 Box 2
Kennedy-Jones, Catherine 1980-1981 Box 2
Kennedy-Jones, Catherine 1982-1983 Box 2
Klein, Joel 1977 Box 2
Knutsson, Hope (Hopey) 1980-1981 Box 2
Knutsson, Hope (Hopey) 1982-1983 Box 2
Knutsson, Hope (Hopey) 1984-1985 Box 2
Knutsson, Hope (Hopey) 1986-1987 Box 2
Knutsson, Hope (Hopey) 1988-1989 Box 2
Knutsson, Hope (Hopey) 1990-1992 Box 2
Kopolow, Louis 1977 Box 2
Kopolow, Louis 1980 Box 2
Koster-Kreger, Wiep 1982-1985 Box 2
Kramer, Val 1974-1980 Box 2
Kulatilake, Miranda 1964-1966 Box 2
Leeder, Elaine 1981-1983 Box 2
Lehmann, Peter 1994 Box 2
Levine, Selma 1978-1980 Box 2
Lindeman, Nancy 1979-1982 Box 2
Lindow, Vivien 1992-1993 Box 2
Livingston, Gary 1978-1979 Box 2
Livingston, Gary 1980 Box 2
Livingston, Gary 1981-1982 Box 3
Lynch, William 1977 Box 3
Macayley, Rebecca 1982-1983 Box 3
Markovic, Vladimir 1990 Box 3
Mason, Pamela 1996 Box 3
Massachusetts Department of Mental Health: Gaebler Children’s Center 1984 Box 3
Massachusetts Department of Mental Health: Westborough State Hospital: Acute Care Team 1980 Box 3
Mallam, Karen 1978-1980 Box 3
Medical Self-Care 1982-1983 Box 3
Mendelsohn, Stephen 1981-1982 Box 3
Mendelsohn, Stephen 1983 Box 3
Mendelsohn, Stephen 1984-1985 Box 3
Mendelsohn, Stephen 1987-1988 Box 3
Menninger, Karl: Second National Conference on the Legal Rights of the Mentally Disabled: Correspondance 1978 Box 3
Mental Health Association: Robbins, Hilda 1979 Box 3
Mental Health Association fo Erie County 1979 Box 3
Mental Health Association in Lake County: Colom, Ellen 1978 Box 3
Mental Health Reports 1979-1981 Box 3
Mental Health Law Project 1977-1982 Box 3
Mental Patients Liberation Front 1975 Box 3
Mental Patients Liberation Front 1976-1978 Box 3
Mental Patients Liberation Front 1979-1980 Box 3
Mental Patients Liberation Front 1981-1984 Box 3
Mental Patients Liberation Front v. Smith 1994-1995 Box 3
Miller, Jerome 1977-1982 Box 3
Miller, Sutherland 1988 Box 3
Millers v Rogers 1976-1983 Box 3
Milner, Neal 1983 Box 3
Ms. 1972-1978 Box 3
Nation, The 1988 Box 3
National Alliance for the Mentally Ill 1981-1982 Box 3
National Organization for Women Disability Rights Committee 1996 Box 3
National Association of Psychiatric Survivors 1985-1986 Box 3
National Association of Psychiatric Survivors 1987 Box 3
National Association of Psychiatric Survivors 1988-1994 Box 3
National Committee for Preventing Psychotherapy Abuse 1983-1984 Box 3
National Feminist Therapist Association 1977-1979 Box 3
NBC News 1977-1983 Box 3
NBC News: Madness and Medicine 1977-1978 Box 3
NBC Nightly News 1977-1979 Box 3
New England journal of Human Services 1981 Box 3
New Hampshire College 1984 Box 3
New Yorker 1984 Box 3
New York Times 1977-1979 Box 3
Oaks, David 1977-1983 Box 3
On Our Own: Brazilian Portuguese Edition 1997 Box 3
On Our Own: British Edition 1987-1998 Box 3
On Our Own: British Edition: Pamphlets 1993-1998 Box 3
On Our Own: Czech Edition 1998 Box 3
On Our Own: Curtis Brown: LTD: Levine Ellen 1975-1988 Box 3
On Our Own: Dutch Edition 1979-1983 Box 3
On Our Own: Dutch Edition: Aalbers, Marijke 1979-1982 Box 3
On Our Own: Dutch Edition: Breur, Dunya 1979-1983 Box 3
On Our Own: Film Proposal 1985 Box 3
On Our Own: German Edition 1984 Box 3
On Our Own: German Edition: Lehmann, Peter 1981-1991 Box 3
On Our Own: Italian Edition 1989-1990 Box 3
On Our Own: Italian Edition: Translated Manuscript 1989-1990 Box 3
On Our Own: Japanese Edition 1993-1997 Box 3
On Our Own: Post Publication Publicity 1978-1979 Box 3
On Our Own: Post Publication Publicity 1979-1988 Box 3
On Our Own: Post Publication Publicity: Hawthorn Books 1977-1983 Box 3
On Our Own: Readers Response 1977-1978 Box 3
On Our Own: Readers Response 1979-1991 Box 3
On Our Own, Review 1977-1980 Box 4
On Our Own, Swedish Edition 1985 Box 4
Parade Magazine 1986 Box 4
Panayotora, Kapka 1993 Box 4
Pardes, Herbert 1979-1981 Box 4
Personal 1974-1976 Box 4
Polstra, Louis 1992-1993 Box 4
Psychological Rehabilitation Journal 1981-1987 Box 4
Quinn, Kellie 1980-1981 Box 4
Radical Caucus of the American Psychiatric Association 1980-1983 Box 4
Raphael, Maryanne 1980-1989 Box 4
Redig, Erwin 1998 Box 4
Rennie v. Klein 1979 Box 4
Rice Marilyn 1980-1983 Box 4
Riggs, Sue 1980 Box 4
Rivera, Giraldo 1979 Box 4
Roberts, Andrew, Roberts, Valerie 1982-1995 Box 4
Ross, Jean 1979 Box 4
Ross, Harold 1975-1990 Box 4
Ross, Shirley 1974-1976 Box 4
Ruby Rogers Advocacy and Drop-in Center 1990-1995 Box 4
Rugg, Harold 1983 Box 4
Ryan, Tom 1983 Box 4
Schaler, Jeffrey A. 1994 Box 4
Schizophrenia Bulletin 1979-1982 Box 4
Schneider, Joseph 1979-1980 Box 4
Schoor, Alvin 1979 Box 4
Schuster Gayle 1986 Box 4
Schwartz, Barry 1967-1968 Box 4
Schwartz, Steven, Equity Project 1984-1985 Box 4
Schwartz, Steven, Brewster v. Dukakis 1977-1980 Box 4
Self Help: How Can I Be Part of a Community Support System?
Language: Spanish
Box 4
Sojourner 1984 Box 4
South End Press 1980-1985 Box 4
Stewart, Lynne 1980 Box 4
Sweden Trip 1993-1994 Box 4
Syracuse University, Center for Human Policy 1979-1983 Box 4
Szasz, Thomas 1971-1981 Box 4
Temkin, Tanya 1978-1979 Box 4
Temkin, Tanya 1980-1983 Box 4
Time Magazine 1979-1982 Box 4
Timms, Michael 1995 Box 4
T.P. v. Dubois 1992 Box 4
Tufts University, Experimental College 1978 Box 4
Unzicker, Ray 1980-2001 Box 4
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Developement 1978 Box 4
Vatz, Richard, Weinberg, Lee 1979-1980 Box 4
Vermont v. Chamberlin, Ebert, Breggin, Zinman, Peter, Sally 1985 Box 4
Vermont v. Chamberlin, Ebert, Defense Fund 1985-1986 Box 4
Vermont v. Chamberlin, Ebert, Defense Fund Correspondence, Breggin, Peter Moshin Loren, Szasz, Thomas, Weitz, Don 1985-1986 Box 4
Vermont v. Chamberlin, Ebert, Defense Fund, Supplemental Information 1985 Box 4
Vonneguts, Mark 1975-1977 Box 4
Wall, Judy 1982-1987 Box 4
WCBV Television, Why Do I Feel That Way? 1979 Box 4
Weisberg, Miriam 1982 Box 4
Weisberg, Roger 1980 Box 4
Westinghouse Broadcsting Company, Winfrey, Oprah 1980 Box 4
WGBH, The Ten O’Clock News 1979 Box 4
Weitz, Don 1973-1977 Box 4
Weits, Don 1976-1996 Box 4
Wilder, Craig 1980-1981 Box 4
Wistedt, Borje, Karolinska Institut 1993-1994 Box 4
WNET-TV, The Brain, Mental Patients, Liberator Fronts 1984 Box 4
WNET-TV, The Mcneil-Lehrer Report, Mental Patients Liberation Front 1984 Box 4
World Health Organization, Mental Patients Liberation Front 1984 Box 4
Velli, Theoni 1993 Box 4
Women Look at Psychiatry 1974-1985 Box 4
Zinman, Sally 1978-1985 Box 4
1972-2006
Conference ABA:Commission on Mental and Physical disability Law 1998 Box 4
conference: Adult Survivors of Abuse in the Mental Health System, Fischer, Daniel 1992 Box 4
Conference: Advocacy for Persons With Chronic Mental Illness 1979 Box 4
Conference: Advocacy for persons Wuth Chronic Mental Illness, Pamphlets 1979 Box 4
Conference: Advocates Take Action in Kentucky Against Mental Illness Conference 1996 Box 4
Conferene: Alternative Perspectives on the Mental Health System 1981 Box 4
Conference: Alternatives ’85 1985-1986 Box 4
Conference: Alternatives ’85 Supplemental Information 1985 Box 4
Conference: Alternatives ’88 1988 Box 4
Conference: Alternatives ’91 1991-1993 Box 4
Conference Alternatives ’92 1991-1992 Box 4
Conference: Alternatives ’93 1993 Box 5
Conference: Alternatives ’95 1994-1995 Box 5
Conference: American Orthopsychiatric Association Annual Meeting 1982-1983 Box 5
Conference: American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Tenkin, Tonya, Zinman, Sally 1978 Box 5
Conference: American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Kopolow, Louis 1977 Box 5
Conference: American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting 1980 Box 5
Conference: American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Weitz, Don 1988 Box 5
Conference: The Americans With Disabilities Act 1990-1993 Box 5
Conference: Aotearoa Network of Psychiatric Survivors Conference 1990-1991 Box 5
Conference: Area D Community Mental Health Center 1979 Box 5
Conference:Arizona Statewide Independant Living Summit 2003 Box 5
Conference:Association for Retarded Citizens, Fredrick County 1983 Box 5
Bay Area Committee for Alternative Psychiatry Public Reform 1980-1981 Box 5
Conference: Behavior Healthcare Evaluation 1995-1996 Box 5
Conference: Behaviorial Healthcare Tomorrow 1997 Box 5
Conference: Black Rose Lecture Series 1980 Box 5
Conference: Blue Ribbon Commission public in Patient Mental Health Services 1980-1981 Box 5
Conference: Broadening Our Perspective: Ethics and Implementation of Empowering Consumers/ Surivivors in the mental Health Workforce 1992-1993 Box 5
Conference: Broome County Mental Health Association 1981 Box 5
Conference: Cambridge Forum 1979 Box 5
Conference: Canada- Japan Mentally Challenged Exchange ’93 1993 Box 5
Conference: Canada Mental Health Association Manitoba Division Conference 1982 Box 5
Conference: Central Association of Mental Health Users, Finland 1996-1997 Box 5
Conference: The Charter and the Rights of the Handicapped Box 5
Conference: Choice and Responsibility Symposium 1994 Box 5
Conference: Choice and Responsibility Symposium, Supplemental Materials Box 5
Conference: Citizen’s Housing and Planning Association 1993 Box 5
Conference: Citizen’s Housing and Planning Assoaciation Mixed Population Coalition Meeting 1993 Box 5
Conference: Citizen’s Housing and Planning Assoaciation Mixed Population Coalition Meeting, Manuscripts 1993 Box 5
Conference: Coalition Against Psychiatric Injustice and Coercion, Australia 1983-1985 Box 5
Conference: Common Concerns Conference 1988-1990 Box 5
Conference: Common Concerns Conference, Pamphlet 1988-1990 Box 5
Conference: Community Based Programming 1984 Box 5
Community Project with Mental Patients 1989 Box 5
Community Support Program,Learning Community Conference, Ninth 1991 Box 5
Community Support Program,Learning Community Conference, Fifth Box 5
Conference: Community Support Program Region One Conference 1983 Box 5
Conference: Community Support Program Region One Conference 1984 Box 5
Conference: A Community Support system: Harvest and Renewal 1982 Box 5
Conference: Conference on Homelessness Box 5
Conference: Department of Health and Human Services.National Institute of mental health, Community Support program, Roundtable discussionon the case of involuntary intervention 1990-1992 Box 5
Conference: Department of Health and Human Services.National Institute of mental health,Mental Health statistics improvement program 1992 Box 5
Conference: Disability and social work= The imperative for the independant Living Model 1995 Box 5
Conference: Drug Research, The FDA, and the Protection of the Human Subject 1978 Box 5
Conference: Eating Distress Conference 1991 Box 5
Conference: Electro Convulsive Therapy, past present and Future 1988 Box 5
Conference: Empowerment in Managed Healthcare 1997-1998 Box 5
Conference: Ethnic Minorities in Self- Help Issues for Future Research 1992-1993 Box 5
Conference: Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, Second 1974 Box 6
Conference: Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, Third 1975 Box 6
Conference: Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, Fourth 1976 Box 6
Conference: Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, Fourth, Registration Form 1976 Box 6
Conference: Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression,Fifth 1977 Box 6
Conference: Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, Sixth 1978 Box 6
Conference: Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, Seventh 1978-1979 Box 6
Conference: Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, Seventh, Supplemetal Materials 1978-1979 Box 6
Conference: Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, eighth, 1979-1981 Box 6
Conference: Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, Ninth 1981 Box 6
Conference: Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, Tenth 1981-1984 Box 6
Conference: Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, Tenth, Supplemental Materials 1981-1984 Box 6
Conference: Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, Eleventh 1983 Box 6
Conference: Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, Twelfth 1984 Box 6
Conference: Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, Thirteenth 1985 Box 6
Conference: Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, East Coast Regional, Elizabeth Stone House Box 6
Conference: Conference on living without Psychiatry, Germany 1994-1997 Box 6
Conference: Congresso Internacional de Saude, Mental Comunitaria 1988-1989 Box 6
Conference: Congresso Internacional de Saude, Mental Comunitaria, Pamphlets 1988 Box 6
Conference: Conference on State Mental Health Agency Services, Research, Program Evaluation, and Policy 1997-1998 Box 6
Conference: Connecticut Conference on Employment Supports 1996 Box 6
Conference: Consumer As Collegues 1992 Box 6
Conference: Consumer Empowerment and Self-Help 1993 Box 6
Conference: Consumer empowerment in Mental Health 1989-1991 Box 6
Conference: Consumer Networking, Teleconference 1995 Box 6
Conference: Consumer Participation in Mental Health, Service Provision Pamphlets 1992 Box 6
Conference: Consumer Participation in Mental Health, Service Provision, Unziker, Ray 1990-1992 Box 6
Conference: Dangerousness 1977 Box 6
Conference: Dare to Vision Conference, Chesler, Phylis 1994-1996 Box 6
Conference: Dare to Vision Conference, supplemental materials, Pamphlets 1998 Box 6
Conference: Deinstitutionalization, It’s a Long Way Home 1974 Box 6
Conference: Delaware Statewide Consumer Mental Health COnference 1992 Box 6
Conference: Department of Health and Human Services, Center for Mental Health Services, National Conference on Mental Health Statistics, Abstracts 1993 Box 6
Conference: Department of Health and Human Services, Center for Mental Health Services,Community Support Program Learning Community Conference 1979-1980 Box 6
Conference:Department of Health and Human Services, Center for Mental Health Services,Community Support Program Learning Community Conference, Past Reports 1983 Box 6
Conference: Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute for Mental Illnes,Community Support Program Learning Community Conference, 1985-1986 Box 6
Conference: Mind Annual Conference, 1982 1982-1983 Box 6
Conference: Missouri Mental Health Consumer Network 1998 Box 6
Conference: Montana Conference on Mental Illness Issues 1991 Box 6
Conference: National Association for rights Protection and Advocacy Rights Conference 1982-1983 Box 6
Conference: National Association for rights Protection and Advocacy Conference 1985 Box 6
Conference: National Association for rights Protection and Advocacy Conference 1986 Box 6
Conference: National Association for rights Protection and Advocacy Conference 1987 Box 6
Conference: National Association for rights Protection and Advocacy Conference 1988 Box 6
European Conference of Users and Ex-Users in mental health 1991 Box 7
Conference: European Conference of Users and Ex-Users in mental health 1994 Box 7
Conference: European Conference of Users and Ex-Users in mental health, Second 1994 Box 7
Conference: External Advocates Meeting 1988-1889 Box 7
Conference: Feminism and Psychotherapy 1980-1981 Box 7
Conference: Feminists and Therapy 1976 Box 7
Conference: Generalizing Solutions: An Independant Living Conference 1994 Box 7
Conference: Global Congress on Mental Health, And Addiction Treatment Financing Management and Services 1997 Box 7
Conference: Guidance for States Meeting 1993 Box 7
Conference: History of Science Society Annual Meeting 1988 Box 7
Conference: Homeless and Mentally Disabled in the Commonwealth 1984-1985 Box 7
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Conference: Independence ’92 1992-1993 Box 7
Conference: Independent Living Conference 1995-1996 Box 7
Conference: Institute on Mental Health Management Information 1992-1993 Box 7
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Conference: International Conference on Self Help/ Mutual Aid 1992-1993 Box 7
Conference: International Conference on Self Help/ Mutual Aid, Reports and Pamphlets 19 Box 7
Conference: International Seminar on Mental Health 1993 Box 7
Conference: Invited COnferences on Alternatives to Institutional Psychiatric Treatment, Sixth 1987-1988 Box 7
Conference: Japan/ USA Conference of Persons with Disabilities 1993 Box 7
Conference: Joining Hands Conference 1998 Box 7
Conference: Law and Mental Health 1983 Box 7
Conference: The Least Restrictive Alternative 1984 Box 7
Conference: Madness Festival, Denmark 1980 Box 7
Conference: Massachusetts Department of Mental Health, Executive Office of Health and Human Services, Conference on Consumer empowerment and Recovery 1992-1993 Box 7
Conference: Massachusetts Department of Mental Health, Executive Office of Health and Human Services, Mental Health, The Challenge 1985 Box 7
Conference: Massachusetts Department of Mental Health, Human Rights Conference 1993-1998 Box 7
Conference: Massachusetts Department of Mental Health, Human Rights of Individuals with Mental Disabilities 1984 Box 7
Conference: The Massachusetts Association for the Mental Health Legislative Conference 1978 Box 7
Conference: The Massachusetts Association for the Mental Health Legislative Conference 1979 Box 7
Conference: Massachusetts Conference on Handicapped Individuals 19 Box 7
Conference: Massachusetts Statewide Consumer/ Expatient Conference Proposal 1992 Box 7
Conference: Meeting of representatives of patients, and Former Patient Groups, to Explore Mechanism for Consumer Input to Mental Health Planning and Programs 1979 Box 7
Conference: Mental Disability Advocacy Conference 1981 Box 7
Conference: Mental Health ALternatives, The Perspectives of Veterans and users of Serviecs 1989 Box 7
Conference: Mental Health Association Annual Meeting 1982 Box 7
Conference: Mental Health Association Annual Meeting 1987-1988 Box 7
Conference: Mental Health Community Care: Regional Experiences Holland 1994 Box 7
Conference:Conference: Mental Health Community Care: Regional Experiences Holland,Pamphlets 1994 Box 7
Conference: Mental Health COnsumer Workshop “We Can Make it Together” 1982 Box 7
Conference: Mental Health Outreach Statewide COnference, South Dakota 1994-1995 Box 7
Conference: Self Help Programs Serving People Who Are Homeless and Mentally Ill, Reports 1988 Box 7
Conference: Seminar on Empowerment, Norway 1996-1998 Box 7
Conference: Social Rehabilitation, Family Support, and Consumer Networking 1984 Box 7
Conference: Society for Disability Studies 1991 Box 7
Conference: Southern Regional Conference on Mental Health Statistics 1992 Box 7
Conference: South Carolina. Department of mental Health, Conference on Patient Rights 1978 Box 7
Conference: South Carolina. Department of mental Health. COnference on Patient Rights, Pamphlets 1978 Box 7
Conference: National Association for rights Protection and Advocacy Conference 1989 Box 8
Conference: National Association for rights Protection and Advocacy Conference 1990-1991 Box 8
Conference: National Association for rights Protection and Advocacy Conference 1991 Box 8
Conference: National Association for rights Protection and Advocacy Conference 1991 Box 8
Conference: National Association for Rights Protection and Advocacy Conference, Shwartz, Steven, Temkin, Tanya 1984-1985 Box 8
Conference: National Association of Mental Patients (National Association of Psychiatric Survivors) Foundry Conference, Rogers, Joeseph 1986 Box 8
Conference: National Association of Psychiatric Survivors Teleconference, Meeting Minutes 1986 Box 8
Conference: National Association of Psychiatric Survivors Teleconference, Meeting Minutes 1987 Box 8
Conference: National Association of Psychiatric Survivors Teleconference, Meeting Minutes 1988 Box 8
Conference: National Association of Psychiatric Survivors Teleconference, Meeting Minutes 1993 Box 8
Conference: National Association of Rehabilitation, Research and Training Centers 1992 Box 8
Conference: National Community support Advocacy Network Meeting 1982 Box 8
Conference: National Conference on Feminist Psychology Box 8
Conference: National Conference on Prevention and Health Promotion in the Mental Health Field, Australia 1996 Box 8
Conference: National Conference on Prevention and Health Promotion in the Mental Health Field, Australia, Pamphlets 1996 Box 8
Conference: National Council of Community Mental Health Centers Annual Meeting 1980-1981 Box 8
Conference: National Mental Health COnference 1992 Box 8
Conference: National Self- Determination Conference 1989 Box 8
Conference: National Symposium of Involuntary Treatment 1994 Box 8
Conference: New England Chapter of The International Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services 1996 Box 8
Conference: New Hampshire Conference For Self- Advocates and Advocates of people in the Mental Health System 1984 Box 8
Conference: New York Civil Liberty Union Conference on the Rights of Mental Patients 1981 Box 8
Conference: No Rose Garden… A Discussion of What Works, What Doesn’t, and Why? 1984 Box 8
Conference: The Onondaga County Rehabilitation and Residential Clusters Third Annual Conference 1986 Box 8
Conference: Northeast Regional Training Institute and Conference on Training and Support 1991 Box 8
Conference: Observations and Dialogues Managed Mental Health Services in New England 1992 Box 8
Conference: On Our Own, A conference for Self-Help and Advocacy 1982-1983 Box 8
Conference: On Our Own, A Mental Health Consumer Conference 1981-1982 Box 8
Conference: Our Turn Conference 1989-1990 Box 8
Conference: Peer Leaders; United Movement Conference 1980-1981 Box 8
Conference: Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumers’ Association Conference Box 8
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Conference: Personal Empowerment of the Psychiatrically Labelled 1993 Box 8
Conference: Pioneer Dialogue Between Mental Health Consumers and Professionals 1991-1992 Box 8
Conference: The Politics of Madness Public Forum 1979 Box 8
Conference: Presidents Committee on Employment of People With Disabilities 46th Annual National Conference 1993 Box 8
Conference: Presidents Committee on Employment of People With Disabilities 47th Annual National Conference 1994 Box 8
Conference: Protection and Advocacy Winter COnference 1993-1994 Box 8
Conference: Psychiatric Drugs: Wonderful Revolution or Ongoing Catastrophe? 1992 Box 8
Conference: Psychiatric Rehabilitation Conference 1994 Box 8
Conference: Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Innovative Directions 1991 Box 8
Conference: Nordisk Psykiatrikonferens,Sweden 1994-1992 Box 8
Conference: Refusing Mental Health Treatment 1980-1981 Box 8
Conference: The Rights of Persons with Psychiatric labels or Developemental Disabilities 1992 Box 8
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Conference: Rising Tide: Ontario Psychiatric Survivors Alliance Conference 1991 Box 8
Conference: Rockland County Mental Health Association Annual Meeting 1981-1983 Box 8
Conference: Self- Help Conference on Mental Health Service Users 1991-1997 Box 8
Conference: Self- Help Conference on Mental Health Service Users, Postcards, Pamphlets 1991-1995 Box 8
Conference: Self-Help Programs serving people who are Homless and Mentally Ill 1988 Box 8
Conference: S.P.E.A.K. 1982-1983 Box 8
Conference: State Mental Health Forensics Director, Florida 1994 Box 8
Conference: State-Wide Consumer COnference, Fourth, Hawaii Mental Health Consumer Council 1989-1993 Box 8
Conference: Statewide Consumers of Colorado on the rise for Expression Consumer Conference 1991 Box 8
Conference: Strength through Knowledge 1988 Box 8
Conference: Support Coalition International Highlander Conference 2000 Box 8
Conference: the Support Network 1980-1982 Box 8
Conference: Symposium on Multicultural Mental Health Research in the 21st Century 1997 Box 8
Conference: Things That Take Time 1988 Box 8
Conference: Ties that Bind: the Possibilities of Community Living 1984 Box 8
Conference: Toward Social and Economic Justice 1983-1984 Box 8
Conference: Training Conference for Human Rights Officers 1990 Box 9
Conference: Training Conference for Human Rights Officers 1993 Box 9
Conference: Training Conference for Human Rights Officers 1994 Box 9
Conference: Training Faculty and Field-Site Supervisors in the Mental Health Disciplines to Work with People with Mental Illness and with their Families 1993 Box 9
Conference: Training Faculty and Field-Site Supervisors in the Mental Health Disciplines to Work with People with Mental Inllness and with their Families, Supplementary Material 1993 Box 9
Conference: Training Faculty and Field-Site Supervisors in the Mental Health Disciplines to Work with People with Mental Inllness and with their Families, Syllabus 1993 Box 9
Conference: Vinfen Conference 1991-1992 Box 9
Conference: Vinfen Conference 1993 Box 9
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Conference: Virginia Mental Health Consumers Association Conference 1991 Box 9
Conference: Visions of Community 1979 Box 9
Conference: the White House Conference on Handicapped Individuals 1977 Box 9
Conference: WHO International Conference, Changing Mental Health Care in the Cities of Europe 1991 Box 9
Conference: Wisconsin Consumer Conference 1991 Box 9
Conference: Women and Disability 1988 Box 9
Conference: Women in Crisis Conference 1979-1981 Box 9
Conference: Women, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse, Unzicker, Rae 1995-1996 Box 9
Conference: Women in Crisis Conference, Pamplets 1979-1982 Box 9
Conference: Workshop on Starting Social Clubs 1980 Box 9
Conference: World Association for Psychosocial Rehabilitation 1991 Box 9
Conference: the Work Ahead for Progressive Democrats 1982 Box 9
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Conference: World Federation for Mental Health Congress, Pamplets 1985 Box 9
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Conference: World Federation for Mental Health Congress, Reports 1985 Box 9
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Conference: World Federation for Mental Health Congress 1995 Box 9
Conference: World Federation for Mental Health Congress, Pamphlets 1995 Box 9
Conference: World Federation for Mental Heatlh Congress 1996-1997 Box 9
Conference: World Federation for Mental Health Congress, Pamphlets 1997 Box 9
Conference: World Mental Health Day Conference 1996 Box 9
Conference: World Mental Health Day Teleconference 1992 Box 9
Conference: World of Options Conference 2000 Box 9
Conference: the Year 2000 and Mental Health 1978 Box 9
Organization: Activisits for Alternatives 1988 Box 9
Organization: Ad-hoc Committee for July 2 Emergency Mobilization 1983 Box 9
Organization: Ad-hoc Committee on Patients’ Rights 1996 Box 9
Organization: Ad-hoc Committee on Paitents’ Rights 1975-1976 Box 9
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Organization: Alternatives ’95, Arts Subcommittee 1994-1995 Box 9
Organization: Americans with Disabilities Act, A Forum for Leaders, Dart, Justin 1992 Box 9
Organization: Americans with Disabilities Act, Fourth Anniversary Celebration 1994 Box 9
Organization: Americans with Disabilities Act, General Information 1995 Box 9
Organization: American with Disabilities Act, Impact of Employment Provisions for Persons with Mental Illnesses 1992-1995 Box 9
Organization: Americans with Disabilities Act, Making the ADA Work for People with Psychiatric Disabilities, Draft Reports 1993 Box 9
Organization: Americnas with Disabilities Act, National Backup Center 1996 Box 10
Organization: Americans with Disbailities Act, Smoke free Demonstration Initiative Advisory Meeting 1994-1995 Box 10
Organization: Americands with Disabilities Act, A Tribute to George Bush, Dart, Justin 1992-1993 Box 10
Organization: American Institues for Research in the Behavioral Sciences 1979 Box 10
Organization: American Psychiatric Association, Committee to Visit South Africa 1979 Box 10
Organization: Association for the Preservation of Anti-Psychiatric Artifacts 1983-1986 Box 10
Organization: Association for the Preservation of Anti-Psychiatric Artifacts, Markman, Allen 1980-1986 Box 10
Organization: Bay Area Committee for Alternative to Psychiatry 1981 Box 10
Organization: Bay State Health Advocacy Network 1980-1981 Box 10
Organization: Boston University Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Advisory Council Meeting 2005 Box 10
Organization: Burch House 1997 Box 10
Organization: Center for Community Change, the University of Vermont 1988-1990 Box 10
Organization: Center for Community Changem the University of Vermont, Reports 1988-1990 Box 10
Organization: Center for Mental Health Services Monitoring State Block Grants 1994 Box 10
Organization: Center for Public Representation 1985 Box 10
Organization:Center for Puiblic Representation, Board of Directors 1993-1994 Box 10
Organization: Center for Public Representation, Board of Directors 1995 Box 10
Organization: Center for Public Representation, Board of Directors 1996-1997 Box 10
Organization: Center for Rehabilitation Research and Training in Mental Health 1980-1983 Box 10
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Organization: Citizens for Action in Mental Health 1979-1981 Box 10
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Organization: Coalition for the Legal Rights of the Disabled 1981-1983 Box 10
Organization: Coalition to Stop Institutional Violence, Metropolitan State Hospital Project 1978-1979 Box 10
Organization: Coalition to Stop Institutional Violence, Metropolitan State Hospital Project 1979 Box 10
Organization: Coalition to Stop Institutional Violence, M.C.I. Framingham Project 1985-1986 Box 10
Organization: Coalition to Stop Institutional Violence: Worcester Unit for Violent Women 1977 Box 10
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Organization: the Committe on the Judiciary, the Subcommittee on the Constitution. Bayh, Birch 1977 Box 10
Organization: the Committee on the Judiciary, the Subcommittee to Investigate the Juvenile Delinquency. Bayh, Birc 1975-1977 Box 10
Organization: Community Mental Heatlh Law Project, Advisory Committee 1978-1979 Box 10
Organization: Community Resources Consultant of Toronto 1991 Box 10
Organization: Concept Mapping Workshop 1993 Box 10
Organization: Concept Mapping Workshop, Supplemental Materials 1993 Box 10
Organization: Cuban-American Committee 1985 Box 10
Dare to Vision Conference Steering Committee 1992 Box 10
Dare to Vision Conference Steering Committee 1993-1994 Box 10
Organization: Dare to Vision Conference Steering Committee, Supplemental Materials 1994 Box 10
Organization: Department of Health and Human Services, Center for Mental Health Services, Community Support Program Planning Meeting on Peer-Operated Services 1997 Box 10
Organization: Department of Health and Human Services, Center for Mental Health Services, Consumer Planning Meeting 1995-1996 Box 10
Organization: Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute of Mental Health, Definition of the Seriously Mentally Ill Population 1992-1993 Box 10
Organization: Department of Health and Human Services, Center for Mental Health Services, General Information 1992-1995 Box 10
Organization: Department of Health and Human Services, Center for Mental Health Services, National Empowerment Center Grant Proposal 1998 Box 10
Organization: Department of Health and Human Services. Center for Mental Health Services. State Block Grant Reviews 1991 Box 10
Organization: Department of Health and Human Services. Center for Mental Health Services. State Block Grant Reviews 1993 Box 11
Organization: Department of Health and Human Services. Center for Mental Health Services. State Block Grant Reviews 1993-1994 Box 11
Organization: Department of Health and Human Services. Center for Mental Health Services. State Block Grant Reviews, Florida and Oklahoma 1993 Box 11
Organization: Department of Health and Human Services. National Institute of Mental Health. National Reporting Program Ad-Hoc Advisory Group 1992 Box 11
Organization: Department of Health and Human Services. National Institute of Mental Health . Ad-Hoc Committee on Consumer Involvement. 1987-1988 Box 11
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Organization: Department of Health and Human Services. National Institute of Mental Health, Community Support Program 1983 Box 11
Organization: Department of Health and Human Services. National Institute of Mental Health. Community Support Program. Project Directors’ Meeting 1988 Box 11
Organization: Department of Health and Human Services. National Institute of Mental Health. Community Support Program. Demonstration Project Advisory Committee 1991 Box 11
Organization: Department of Health and Human Services. National Institute of Mental Health. Consumer Perspectives or Homelessness and Mental Illness. 1991 Box 11
Organization: Department of Health and Human Services. Research Information Service. Removing the Stigma of Mental Illness 1979-1981 Box 11
Organization: Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. National Institute of Health. National Commission of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research 1977-1978 Box 11
Organization: Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. National Institute of Mental Health. Kopolow, Louis 1977-1982 Box 11
Organization: Disability Law Center 1994-1995 Box 11
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Organization: Eastern State Hospital, College of William and Mary 1982 Box 11
Organization: Elizabeth Stone House, Mental Patients Liberation Front 1977-1981 Box 11
Organization: Enskede Skarpnäcks Psykiatriska Sektor, Sweden 1997 Box 11
Organization: Family Residence and Essential Enterprises 1978 Box 11
Organization: Food an Drug Administration, Office of Consumer Affairs. 1980 Box 11
Organization: Forward House, Montreal 1980 Box 11
Organization: Future Mental Health Services Project 1985 Box 11
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Organization: Good Practices in Mental Health 1987-1988 Box 11
Organization: Health Planning Council for Greater Boston 1981 Box 11
Organization: House Link Community Homes 1978-1980 Box 11
Organization: Human Interaction Research Institute, the Board of the Patient Rights Policy Research Project 1980-1983 Box 11
Organization: Human Interaction Research Institute, the Board of the Patient Rights Policy Research Project, Supplemental Materials 1980-1983 Box 11
Organization: International Association of Psychological Rehabilitation Services Conference Planning Committee 1992 Box 11
Organization: International Committee Against Mental Illness 1978 Box 11
Organization: Issues in Radical Therapy, Board of Contributing Editors 1983-1987 Box 11
Organization: Johns Hopkins, Office of teh Chaplain, Mental Health: New Perspective 1979 Box 11
Organization: the LaGuardia – Transitional Mental Health Worker Project 1981-1983 Box 11
Organization: Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly 1984-1991 Box 11
Organization: Madness Network News 1976-1985 Box 11
Organization: Maine Advocacy Services Advisory Committee Training 1995 Box 11
Organization: La Miaons St-Jacques, Montreal 1980 Box 11
Organization: Maryland. Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Pesci Committee 1980 Box 11
Organization: Maryland. Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Western Regional Office 1980 Box 11
Organization: Mass. Psych. Wards 1979 Box 11
Organization: Massachusetts. Department of Mental Health. Executive Office of Health and Human Services. Center for Mental Health Service Sick Visit 1995 Box 11
Organization: Massachusetts. Department of Mental Health. Executive Office of Health and Human Services. Comprehensive Mental Health Service Plan 1989-1990 Box 11
Organization: Massachusetts. Department of Mental Health. Executive Office of Mental Health and Human Service. Comprehensive Mental Health Service Plan 1991-1992 Box 11
Organization: Massachusetts. Department of Mental Health. Executive Office of Health and Human Services. Comprehensive Mental Helth Service Plan 1993-1997 Box 11
Organization: Massachusetts. Department of Mental Health. Executive Office of Health and Human Services. Community Mental Health Services Block Grant 1995 Box 11
Organization: Massachusetts. Department of Mental Health. Executive Office of Health and Human Services. Community Mental Health Services Block Grant 1997 Box 11
Organization: Massachusetts. Department of Mental Health. Executive Office of Health and Human Services. Community Mental Health Services Block Grant 1998 Box 11
Organization: Massachusetts. Department of Mental Health. Executive Office of Health and Human Services. Community Mental Health Services Block Grant 1999 Box 11
Organization: Massachusetts. Department of Mental Health. Executive Office of Health and Human Services. Human Rights Advisory Committee 1984-1985 Box 11
Organization: Massachusetts. Department of Mental Health. Executive Office of Health and Human Services. Human Rights Advisory Committee 1990-1991 Box 11
Organization: Massachusetts. Department of Mental Health. Executive Office of Health and Human Services. Human Rights Advisory Committee 1991 Box 11
Organization: Massachusetts. Department of Mental Health. Executive Office of Health and Human Services. Human Rights Advisory Committee 1991-1992 Box 11
Organization: Massachusetts. Department of Mental Health. Executive Office of Health and Human Services. Human Rights Advisory Committee 1992-1994 Box 11
Organization: Massachusetts. Department of Mental Health. Executive Office of Human Services. Metropolitan State Hospital Complaints 1984 Box 12
Organization: Massachusetts. Department of Mental Health. Executive Office of Human Services. Office of Human Rights 1984 Box 12
Organization: Massachusetts. Department of Mental Health. Office of the General Counsel, Guidelines for Investigation 1979 Box 12
Organization: Massachusetts. Department of Mental Health. Public Hearings on Proposed Regulations for Forcible Antipsychotic Medication 1982 Box 12
Organization: Massachusetts. Joint Committee on Human Services and Elderly Affairs. Meetings on Institutional Violence, Mental Patients Liberation Front 1978 Box 12
Organization: Massachusetts. Joint Committee on Human Services and Elderly Affairs. Senate Bills 628 and 629 Testimonies, Mental Patients Liberation Front 1980 Box 12
Organization: Massachusetts. Special Committee on Mental Health. Special Committee to Investigate Seclusion, Restraint and Deaths in State Supported Facilities 1982-1984 Box 12
Organization: Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court. Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee 1994 Box 12
Organization: Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court. Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee 1992-1995 Box 12
Organization: Massachusetts. Trial Court of the Commanwealth of Massachusetts. Suffolk Superior Court. Brenner, Hicks and Chamberlin Ten Tax Payer Groups v. Alfred Frechette 1980 Box 12
Organization: Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless, Mental Patients Liberation Front 1980-1984 Box 12
Organization: Massachusetts Council on Disability Policy 1990 Box 12
Organization: Massachusetts Fair Share 1976 Box 12
Organization: Mental Patients’ Rights Association 1978-1981 Box 12
Organization: Michigan. Department of Mental Health. Office of Recipient Rights 1980 Box 12
Organization: Michigan. Department of Mental Health. Research and Evaluation Division 1982 Box 12
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Organization: Meeting on Consumer-Run Programs 1991-1992 Box 12
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Organization: Mental Disability Law Advisory Board 1994-1995 Box 12
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Organization: Mental Patients Association, Chapasinski, Ted 1974 Box 12
Organization: Mental Health Policy Resource Center 1990-1993 Box 12
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Organization: Mental patients’ Liberation Front, By-laws 1994 Box 12
Organization: Mental Patients’ Liberations Front, Community Support System Resource Book 1983 Box 12
Organization: Mental Patients’ Liberation Front, Executive Committee 1994-1997 Box 12
Organization: Mental Patients’ Liberation Front, Fund Raising 1977 Box 12
Organization: Mental Patients’ Liberation Front, Invoice 1979-1988 Box 12
Organization: Mental Patients’ Liberation Front, Monthly Membership Meetings 1994-1996 Box 12
Organization: Mental Patients Liberation Front, Poster circa 1976 Box 12
Organization: Mental Patients’ Liberation Front, Publicity, Flyers 1975-1977 Box 12
Organization: Mental Patients’ Liberation Front, Publicity, Flyers 1978-1984 Box 12
Organization: Mental Patients’ Liberation Front, Real Paper 1974-1976 Box 12
Organization: Mental Patients’ Liberation Front, Tax, Budger, Plan for Project 1975-1976 Box 12
Organization: Mental Patients’ Liberation Front, Tax, Finance, Annual Reports, Audits 1987-1998 Box 12
Organization: Mental Patients’ Resistance circa 1972 Box 12
Organization: National Association of Psychiatric Survivors 1986 Box 12
Organization: National Association of Psychiatric Survivors 1987 Box 12
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Organizations: National Association of Psychiatric Survivors 1994 Box 13
Organization: National Association of Psychiatric Survivors, Formation of the National Alliance of Mental Patients, Rogers, Joseph 1985-1986 Box 13
Organization: National Association of Social Workers 1976 Box 13
Organization: National Center for State Courts 1984 Box 13
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Organization: National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors, Supplemental Materials 1992-1993 Box 13
Organization: National Committee on Patients’ Rights 1976 Box 13
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Organization: National Committee on Patients’ Rights, Reports, Minutes 1977 Box 13
Organization: National Committee on Patients’ Rights, Supplemental Information 1977 Box 13
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Organization: National Council of Community Mental Health Centers Annual Meeting 1979 Box 13
Organization: National Council of Community Mental Health Centers Conference Planning Committee 1993 Box 13
Organization: National Mental Health Consumers’ Association 1985-1986 Box 13
Organization: National Mental Health Consumers’ Association 1988 Box 13
Organization: National Paralegal Institute, Harris, Bob, Temkin, Tanya 1978-1981 Box 13
Organization: National Self-Help Clearinghouse 1980-1981 Box 13
Organization: National Self-Help Clearinghouse 1997 Box 13
Organization: Network Against Psychiatric Assault 1974-1977 Box 13
Organization: New England Fellowship for Rehabilitation Alternatives 1981-1982 Box 13
Organization: New Hampshire. Department of Health and Human Services. Consumer/Survivor Focus group Defining and Measuring recovery, Hilton, David 1992 Box 13
Organization: New Hampshire. Department of Health and Human Services. Consumer/Survivor Mental Health Research and Policy Work Group 1994 Box 13
Organization: New York. Commission on Quality of Care for the Mentally Disabled 1980 Box 13
Organization: New York. Office of Mental Health. Journal of Mental Health Administration 1993 Box 13
Organization: Northern Utah Center for Independent living, Celebration ’95 Honorary Committee 1995 Box 13
Organization: Oakland Patient Environment Nexus 1982 Box 13
Organization: Oswego County, State University of New York, Syracuse University, Mental Patients’ Liberation Project Bill of Rights 1979 Box 13
Organization: President’s Commission on Mental Health, Mental Patients’ Liberation Front, Harris, Bob 1977-1978 Box 13
Organization: President’s Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities 1992 Box 13
Organization: President’s Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities, Dart, Justin 1992-1994 Box 13
Organization: Organization: President’s Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities 1992-1996 Box 13
Organization: President’s Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities, Supplemental Information 1992-1993 Box 13
Organization: President’s Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities, the Coalition against Discrimination of People with Psychiatric Disabilities 1993 Box 13
Organization: the President’s Committe on Employment of the Handicapped 1980-1983 Box 13
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Organization: Protection and Advocacy for Mentally Ill Individuals Coordinator’s Meeting 1988 Box 13
Organization: Protectino and Advocacy for Mentally Ill Individuals Coordinator’s Meeting 1991-1992 Box 13
Organization: Reston Community Church 1979 Box 13
Organization: Reasonable Accommodations Advisory Committee 1991 Box 13
Organization: Ruby Rogers Advocacy and Drop-in Center 1990-1997 Box 13
Organization: Ruby Rogers Advocacy and Drop-in Center, Budget and Finance 1990 Box 14
Organization: Ruby Rogers Advocacy and Drop-in Center, Budger and Finance 1991 Box 14
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Organization: Ruby Rogers Advocacy and Drop-in Center, Business Certificate 1986 Box 14
Organization: Ruby Rogers Advocacy and Drop-in Center, Human Rights Committee Meeting 1995 Box 14
Organization: Ruby Rogers Advocacy and Drop-in Center, Massachusetts Law Reform Institute 1994 Box 14
Organization: Ruby Rogers Advocacy and Drop-in Center, Massachusetts Law Reform Institute, Retainer Agreement 1996-1997 Box 14
Organization: Ruby Rogers Advocacy and Drop-in Center, Massachusetts Law Reform Institute, Retainer Agreement 1999 Box 14
Organization: Ruby Rogers Advocacy and Drop-in Center, Pre-qualification Submission Fiscal Year 1996 1993-1995 Box 14
Organization: Ruby Rogers Advocacy and Drop-in Center, Program Coordinator Application 1993-1994 Box 14
Organization: Ruby Rogers Advocacy and Drop-in Center, Service Contract 1994 Box 14
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Organization: State University of New York at Stony Brook, School of Social Welfare 1981-1982 Box 14
Organization: Study Group on Politics and Mental Health and on Eastern Europe 1984-1985 Box 14
Organization: Southern Regional Conference on Mental Health Statistics Conference, Administrative Task Force 1994 Box 14
Organization: Technical Assistance Seminar 1992 Box 14
Organization: Training in Mental Health Professionals in Sensitivity Skills in Working with Consumers/Survivors 1995-1996 Box 14
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The Advocate 2004 Box 14
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Alliance for the Liberation of Mental Patients (ALMP) 1981 Box 14
Alliance for the Liberation for Mental Patients (ALMP) 1982 Box 14
Alliance for the Mentally Ill newsletter 1979-1980 Box 14
American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law 1978-1979 Box 14
Amity Voice 1982-1983 Box 14
Amnesty Action 1975 Box 14
ANAWIM 1979 Box 14
Archtype 1984 Box 14
Asylum 1993-2004 Box 14
ATTAC update 2001 Box 14
Au Contraire 1980-1981 Box 14
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Bay State Employee 1978 Box 14
Bringing People Together 1999 Box 14
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CAPIC Newsletter 1986-1988 Box 14
Care in Place 1994 Box 14
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Chamberlin, Judi, Article, the Advisor, Privatization and the Protection of Rights 1993 Box 14
Chamberlin, Judi, Article, Atlantic Monthly, From Mental Patient to Activist 1976 Box 14
Chamberlin, Judi, Article, the Journal of Mind and Behaviour, the Ex-Patients’ Movement 1990 Box 14
Chamberlin, Judi, Article, Journal of Psychosocial Nursing, Confession of a Noncompliant Patient 1998 Box 14
Chamberlin, Judi, Article, Los Angeles Times, Wrangling Over Mental Patients’ Rights, includes Readers’ Responses 1975 Box 14
Chamberlin, Judi, Article, National Alliance of Mental Patients’ News, Joyce Brown: Fighting to be Free 1988 Box 14
Chamberlin, judi, Article, New York Times, Iran Hostage Crisis, Let the Hostage, Once Freed, Be Free 1980-1981 Box 14
Chamberlin, Judi, Article, Northwest Passage, Dear Doctor Mumble 1974 Box 14
Chamberlin, Judi, Article, Northwest Passage, Mental Patients’ Liberation Comes to Bellingham 1974 Box 14
Chamberlin, Judi, Article, Northwest Passage, unmasking psychiatric power 1975 Box 14
Chamberlin, Judi, Article, Op eds 1977-1984 Box 14
Chamberlin, Judi, Article, Positive Visibility, the Patients’ Rights Movement and Recovery, Inc. 1983 Box 14
Chamberlin, Judi, Article, Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, A Working Definition of Empowerment 1997 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, Article, Review of Existential Psychology and Psychiatry, Madness, Mental Illness and Reality 1993-1997 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, Article, Transit Smut Drive, New York Times, letter to the editor, 1965 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, Interview by Penney, Darby 2003 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, Media Coverage 1987-2006 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, the Mental Health Bill of Rights Signing Ceremony Remarks 1997 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, Proofreading 2000 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, Review, Too Much Anger, Too Many Tears 1975 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, Review, Women, Madnes and Medicine 1994-1995 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, Writings, An Invitation to the White House 1977 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, Writings, Book Material 1975 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, Writings, Elitism undated Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, writings, If you’ve realy got nothing to hide… circa 1975 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, writings, Hurry Tomorrow, Network Against Psychiatric Assault 1975 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, Writings, the Job of a Residence Coordinator circa 1974 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, writings, A Feminist Look at Madness undated Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, Writings, the Mental Patients’ Movement circa 1974 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, writings, Our Vulnerability in Skirts circa 1982 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, Writings, Poetry 1986-1993 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, Writings, Review, the Case against the Drugged mind, the Natural mind circa 1973 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, writings, Review, the Cracker Factory circa 1977 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, Writings, Review, Hurry tomorrow, Inside a Mental Institution 1975 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, Writings, Review, In a Darkness circa 1972 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, Writings, Review, Insanity Inside Out 1976 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, Writings, Review, Retreat from Sanity 1974 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, Writings, Review, the Three Christs of Ypsilanti Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, Writings, Speech Material 1982-1986 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, Writings, Voluntary and Involuntary Commitment circa 1975 Box 15
Chamberlin, Judi, Writings, What does it mean to be labeled as insance? circa 1975 Box 15
Change Minds Bulletin 1999-2000 Box 15
Changing Image 1992 Box 15
CHAPA letter 1991 Box 15
Citizen Advocate 1979 Box 15
Citizens for Better Care 1981 Box 15
Closer Look 1979 Box 15
CLRD 1994-2000 Box 15
Clubhouse Voice 1995-1996 Box 15
Coalition for the Legal rights of the Disabled 1992 Box 15
Columbus Free Press 1982 Box 15
Come Unity 1979 Box 15
Commitment Papers 1988 Box 15
Community Program Innovations Newsletter 1984 Box 15
Congress Bulletin 1997 Box 15
Connecticut Focus on Advocacy 1980 Box 15
Connections (New England Fellowship for Rehabilitation Alternatives, Inc.) 1983 Box 15
Connections (Permanent Commission on the Status of Women) undated Box 15
Constructive Action Newsletter 1983 Box 15
Consumer Connection 1992 Box 15
Consumer Network News 2005-2009 Box 15
Cosp Research Bulletin 2003-2004 Box 15
Creedmoor Times 1980 Box 15
Cuba Times 1984 Box 15
Currents 1979 Box 15
Cutting Edge 1994 Box 15
Dendron 2000 Box 15
Dendron 1991-1992 Box 15
Dendron 1993-1994 Box 15
Dendron 1995-1996 Box 15
Dendron 1997-1999 Box 15
Disability Messenger 1999 Box 15
Disabled Liberation News 1984 Box 15
Disability Negotiations Bulletin 2003 Box 15
Disability Network News 1994 Box 15
Disability Rag & Resource 1995 Box 15
Discrimination Times 2000 Box 15
DMH News 2000 Box 15
Dream Again Journal 1997 Box 15
Easel 1993 Box 15
Eastern Statesman 1982 Box 15
Electroshock Opposed on Clinical and Constitutional Grounds 1975 Box 15
Elizabeth Stone House Community Update 1983-1988 Box 15
Empowerer 1990 Box 15
Empowerment 1991 Box 15
en.a’ble 1998 Box 15
European Network of Users and Ex Users in Mental Health 1993 Box 15
European Newsletter 1998 Box 15
Express 1980-1983 Box 15
Fact Sheet 1976-1978 Box 15
Families for Mental Recovery 1980 Box 15
Fair Fighter 1976 Box 15
Families and Disability Newsletter 1991 Box 15
Family That Cares 1981 Box 15
Federal Register 1977-1982 Box 15
Fine Line 1993-1994 Box 15
Florida Drop In Center News & Notes 1993 Box 15
Focus 2004 Box 15
Focus on Disability 1989 Box 15
Freedom 1975 Box 15
Fresh Fruit 1976 Box 15
Gag 1999 Box 15
Good Practices in Mental Health Annual Report and Accounts 1986-1987 Box 15
“Guess Who Sez” Bernstein House News 1982 Box 15
Harbor Literary Review 1977 Box 15
Hawaii’s Self-help News 1989-1995 Box 15
HCLU Policy Papers 1998-1999 Box 15
HCSSW Update 1994 Box 15
Highlights Newsletter 1982 Box 15
History of Shock Treatment 1978 Box 15
Hope Newsletter 1994-1997 Box 15
House Link 1979 Box 15
House Link 1980 Box 15
House Link 1981 Box 15
ICSPP Newsletter 1997-2000 Box 15
ICSPP 2005-2009 Box 15
Ideas Porfolio II 1998 Box 16
IEEIR Interchange 1991 Box 16
Illinois Alliance for the Mentally Ill 1980 Box 16
impact! 1994 Box 16
In A Nutshell 1973 Box 16
In A Nutshell 1974 Box 16
In A Nutshell 1975 Box 16
In A Nutshell 1976 Box 16
In A Nutshell 1977 Box 16
In A Nutshell 1978-1979 Box 16
In A Nutshell 1980-1983 Box 16
In A Nutshell 2000 Box 16
Incitement 1997-2005 Box 16
Independent Living Newsletter 1991 Box 16
Inmate’s Voice (ALMP News Journal) 1982-1983 Box 16
Innercom 1987-1988 Box 16
Inner East Mental Health Services Association 1993 Box 16
Inside Independence 1991 Box 16
Inside Out circa 1985 Box 16
Institutions ietc 1984-1985 Box 16
inter-connections 1991 Box 16
International Psychiatric Rehabilitation Newsletter 1980 Box 16
International Rehabilitation Review 2007 Box 16
ICSPP Newsletter 2004 Box 16
Issues in Radical Therapy 1985 Box 16
It’s Your Body 1974 Box 16
Journal of Madness and Spirituality 1997 Box 16
Judge’s Journal 1982 Box 16
Just Cause 1987-1988 Box 16
Just Cause 1985-1986 Box 16
Just Cause 1983-1984 Box 16
LABYRINTH 2001 Box 16
Lamoille Area Health Council Committee Newsletter 1980 Box 16
L.A.-NAPA 1979-1981 Box 16
Legal Resource Center for the Disabled 1983 Box 16
Liberation School 1974 Box 16
Linc Newsletter 1982 Box 16
Little Brook Patients Council Newsletter 2004 Box 16
Little Brothers – Friends of the Elderly Newsletter 1986-1991 Box 16
Lay Island Health Monthly Magazine 1996 Box 16
Lunatic Fringe 1993-1995 Box 16
MainStream 1995-1998 Box 16
Manic Blues 1989 Box 16
Madness Network News 1974-1975 Box 16
Madness Unmasked 1974 Box 16
Mad Women 2000 Box 16
Massachusetts Association for Mental Health, Inc. Newsletter 1976 Box 16
Massachusetts Department of Mental Health Media Alert 1993 Box 16
Mass. Psych. Wards. 1979-1980 Box 16
Mass. Rank & File 1979 Box 16
Matter Over Mind 1979 Box 16
Mental Health Advocate undated Box 16
Mental Health Advocates’ Coalition of Arizona 1979 Box 16
Mental Health Hospitalization Process undated Box 16
Mental Health Law Project 1975-1978 Box 16
Mental Health Matters 1995-1999 Box 16
Mental Health Mutual Help News 1984 Box 16
Mental Health News 1982 Box 16
Mental Health Review 1988 Box 16
Mental Health Today 2002 Box 16
Mental Health Today 2004 Box 16
Mental Health Weekly 2003 Box 16
Mental Health World 2005 Box 16
Mental Patients’ Liberation Front Newsletter undated Box 16
Mental Patients’ Liberation Front, Your Rights As A Mental Patient in Massachusetts 1974 Box 16
Mental Patients & the Law 1974 Box 16
Mental Patients’ Liberation Front Outlaw Newsletter 1977 Box 16
Mental Patients Newsletter undated Box 16
mh 1975-1977 Box 16
Milwaukee Repairs of the Breach 1991 Box 16
Mind Freedom 2001 Box 16
Mind in Action 2004 Box 17
Mindwaves undated-1994 Box 17
Minnesota Leader 1975 Box 17
MLI Voice 1992 Box 17
Moment 2004 Box 17
Mouth 1993 Box 17
Mouth 1994 Box 17
Mouth 1995 Box 17
Mouth 1996 Box 17
Mouth 1997 Box 17
Mouth 1998 Box 17
Mouth 1999 Box 17
Mouth 2000 Box 17
Mouth 2001 Box 17
Mouth 2002 Box 17
Mouth 2003 Box 17
Mouth 2004 Box 17
Mouth 2005 Box 17
Mouth 2007 Box 17
Mouth 2008 Box 17
Mouth, sample undated Box 17
MPRA News 1978 Box 17
Mutual Aid Alternatives 1984-1985 Box 17
NAPA Newsletter 1975 Box 17
NAPA Newsletter 1976 Box 17
NAPA Newsletter 1977-1979 Box 17
NAPA Newsletter 1980 Box 17
NAPA Newsletter 1981 Box 17
NAPA Newsletter 1982 Box 17
NAPA Newsletter 1983 Box 17
NAPA Newsletter 1984 Box 17
NAPA Newsletter 1985 Box 17
NAPS/News 1987-1993 Box 17
NARPA News 1983 Box 17
NASMHPD Info 1990-1992 Box 17
National Council on Disability, From Priviledges to Rights: People Labeled with Psychiatric Disabilities Speak for Themselves 2000 Box 17
National Empowerment Center Newsletter 1994-1995 Box 17
National Empowerment Center Newsletter 1995-2000 Box 17
National Evaluation Quarterly Report Card 2003 Box 17
NCPPA 1983-1984 Box 17
NEEDS undated Box 17
NEPA News 1974 Box 17
Network 1982-1984 Box 17
Network News 1994 Box 17
New American Movement 1975 Box 17
New Horizons Newsletter 1984 Box 17
New Moon 1990-1991 Box 17
New Moon 1994-1997 Box 17
New Politics 2009-2010 Box 17
News & Views.. 1970 Box 17
Newsletter of the Finnish Association for Mental Health 1995 Box 17
NEWSYC 1989 Box 17
NFTA 1977-1979 Box 17
Ni#isju 1997 Box 17
Northwest Passage 1975 Box 17
Notes from CHAMP 1988 Box 17
L’odyssée 1983 Box 17
Office of consumer & Ex-patient Relations Newsletter 1993-1993 Box 17
“Off the Shelf” 1980 Box 17
One – MHSIP 1992 Box 17
On the Edge 1979-1981 Box 17
O.P.E.N. (Oakland patient environment Nexus) 1981-1982 Box 17
Open Mind 1997-2004 Box 17
OPSA News 1990-1992 Box 17
Out Loud 1996-1999 Box 17
PALA News 1991 Box 17
P & A News 2004 Box 17
P & A update 1998 Box 17
PAS Newsletter 1979 Box 17
People, issues & Events 1979 Box 17
Pemanent Commission on the Status of Women 1988 Box 18
Perception undated Box 18
Pesäpuu 1997 Box 18
Philadelphia’s Community 1982 Box 18
Phoenix Cooperative undated Box 18
Phoenix Rising 1990 Box 18
Policy in Perspective 1990-1993 Box 18
Positive Visibility 1982 Box 18
Potomac 1977 Box 18
President Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities 1993 Box 18
PRIM&R 1978-1982 Box 18
Progress (Harris County Psychiatric Center) 1993-1994 Box 18
Progress (Newsletter of ANOPS) 1994-1995 Box 18
Project Release 1986 Box 18
Psychiatric News 1975-1979 Box 18
Psycho Magazine 1996 Box 18
Pushers of Cancer circa 1972 Box 18
Queensland Alliance 2007 Box 18
Radical Causes of the American Psychiatric Association 1987-1989 Box 18
Ragged Edge 1998-2000 Box 18
Realities, Fallacies, Legalities 1997 Box 18
Real Paper 1976 Box 18
Report on Mental Disability Law 1995 Box 18
Resources 1992 Box 18
Revansch! 1993 Box 18
Rights Tenet 1984-1990 Box 18
Rights Tenet 1992-2004 Box 18
RT: A Journal of Radical Therapy 1974 Box 18
Rural Exchange 1996 Box 18
Rx Confidentially 1977 Box 18
SAMHSA news 2009 Box 18
Sans Restriction 2000 Box 18
Science for the People 1982 Box 18
Second Opinion 1994 Box 18
Selfcare 1984 Box 18
Self-Help Canada Series undated Box 18
Self-Help Reporter 1980-1981 Box 18
Shock Waves 1995-2009 Box 18
Social Club News 1989 Box 18
Socialist Worker 2000 Box 18
Social Services Insight 1988 Box 18
Soteria and Other Alternatives to Acute Psychiatric Hospitalization, Mosher, Loren 1999 Box 18
South End Press News 1982 Box 18
S.S.I. Reporter 1981 Box 18
SSI/SSDI Task Force 1983 Box 18
State and Mind 1977 Box 18
State Health Reports 1988 Box 18
State House Watch 1992 Box 18
Strategies for living 2004 Box 18
STREET SCENE 1978 Box 18
Sunday Sun 1982 Box 18
Survivors Speak Out 1991-1992 Box 18
Task Force Newsletter in Mental Retardation 1976 Box 18
Taskgroup Newsletter 1991-1994 Box 18
This Month in Mental Health 1981 Box 18
Time Dollar Institute 1996 Box 18
Today 1975-1979 Box 18
Top Connections 1981 Box 18
Towards Mental Health 2007 Box 18
Training Manual for MPA (Mentail Patient’s Association) circa 1994 Box 19
Twent five Lincoln Street Newsletter Box 18
27-7: Notes from the Inside 1994 Box 18
United States Law Work !99- Box 18
United States Law Work 1981 Box 18
Update 1999 Box 18
Vindäga 1998 Box 18
Virginia Mental Health Consumer Association 1991 Box 18
VODDA VIEWS 1979 Box 18
Voices 1994 Box 18
Voices for Change 2006-2007 Box 18
Voice of the People 1971 Box 18
Voices Newsletter 1979 Box 18
Wages for Housework 1982 Box 18
WBAI Folio 1979 Box 18
We are silent no longer! circa 1975 Box 18
Wellness Newsletter 2006 Box 18
White House Conference on Handicapped Individuals 1977 Box 18
Win 1976-1978 Box 18
Wise Mind 2002 Box 18
Workbook 1978 Box 18
World Awaits You 1999 Box 18
World Federation for Mental Health Newsletter 1976-1995 Box 18
Writer’s World 1980 Box 18
Young Et Heart 1989 Box 18
Your Choice 1987 Box 18
Youth Alternatives 1975 Box 18
1971-2006
Boston Globe, Mental Health, General 1983 Box 18
Boston Globe, Mental Health, General 1984 Box 18
Boston Globe, Mental Health, General 1985 Box 18
Brown, Joyce 1987 Box 18
Clippings 1971-1996 Box 18
Coalition to Stop Institutional Violence, Worcester Unit for Violent Women 1976-1977 Box 18
Deprogramming 1978 Box 18
Ferleger, David undated Box 18
Mental Patients’ Liberation Front 1978-1984 Box 18
New York Times, Psychiatry 1975-1978 Box 18
New York Times, Psychiatry 1979 Box 18
New York Times, Psychiatry 1980-1982 Box 18
New York Times, Psychiatry 1983-1988 Box 18
Personal 1981-1984 Box 18
Pro-Psycho surgery v. Anti-Psycho surgery 1974 Box 18
Psychiatry in the Courtroom 1980-1982 Box 18
Psychiatry in the Courtroom 1981-1982 Box 18
Psychiatry in the Courtroom, Hinckley Jr., John 1981-1983 Box 19
Psychiatry in the Courtroom 1982-1988 Box 19
1944-2009
Arthritis Information undated Box 19
Back Pain Information 1981-1982 Box 19
Chamberlin, Judi, Application of name change 1964 Box 19
Chamberlin, Judi, Celebration of a Life 2009 Box 19
Chamberlin, Judi, Certificate of Birth 1944 Box 19
Chamberlin, Judi, Certificate of Divorce 1964-1985 Box 19
Chamberlin, Judi, Certificate of Marriage 1962-1988 Box 19
Chamberlin, Judi, City of New York, Department of Social Services, Bureau of Child Welfare circa 1968 Box 19
Chamberlin, Judi, College, Essays 1964-1969 Box 19
Chamberlin, Judi, High school 1960-1962 Box 19
Chamberlin, Judi, Nortary Public Certificate 1991 Box 19
Chamberlin, Judi, Personal 1974-1988 Box 19
Chamberlin, Judi, Photo 1961 May Box 19
Chamberlin, Judi, Photo 1967 September Box 19
Chamberlin, Judi, Photo circa 1974 Box 19
Chamberlin, Judi, Photo, Johns Hopkins 1979 Box 19
Chamberlin, Judi, Photo 1991 Box 19
Chamberlin, Judi, Photo, Andrews Officers Club 1981 May Box 19
Chamberlin, Judi, Photo, Breuer, Dunya, other Friends 1985 Box 19
Chamberlin, Judi, Photo, Fourth Anniversary of the Americans with Disablities Act, Clinton, Bill, Dart, Justin 1994 July Box 19
Chamberlin, Judi, Photo, holding Madness Network News 1979 January Box 19
Chamberlin, Judi, Photo, Carter, Rosalynn 1983 Box 19
Chamberlin, Judi, Photo, Portrait, Wearing a Political Button circa 1985 Box 19
Chamberlin, Judi, Political Button Design circa 1975 Box 19
Chamberlin, Judi, Resume undated Box 19
Chamberlin, Judi, United Nations ID badge, Ad Hoc committee on Disabilities 2002 Box 19
Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, sixth, photo 1978 Box 19
Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, Tenth, Photo, Rally against American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting 1980 Box 19
Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, Tenth, Photo, Chamberlin, Judi 1982 Box 19
Miscellaneous undated Box 19
Political buttons 1975-1990 Box 20
dingbat for decoration
Provenance

Gift of National Empowerment Center, 2012.

Processing Information

Collection not fully processed; unprocessed boxes are open for research.

Processed by Shuko Tamao, August 2013.

Copyright and Use (More informationConnect to publication information)

Cite as: Judi Chamberlin Papers (MS 768). Special Collections and University Archives, University of Massachusetts Amherst Libraries.

Subjects

  • Antipsychiatry
  • Ex-mental patients
  • People with disabilities--Civil rights
  • People with disabilities--Legal status, laws, etc.

Contributors

  • Mental Patients Liberation Front
  • Mental Patients Liberation Project
  • National Empowerment Center

Types of material

  • Videotapes
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