Public Contributions

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ROAR Magazine Interview

with Megan McGee

Medicating Normal Movie Interview

with Angela Peacock

So Many Wings Podcast Interview

with Jacks McNamara

United Nations CRPD Youth 2030 Strategy Consultation


Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law's Annual Awards Virtual Event

Championing Disability Rights for 49 Years

Emerging Advocate of the Year 2021:

Vesper Moore

Changing the Conversation Podcast Interview

with Katie Volk

Mad In America Interview

with Leah Harris

The Oddball Show Podcast Interview

with Jason Wright

From Surviving to Self-Healing Grassroots Economic Organizing Interview

with Megan McGee

De Psychiater Doogezaagd Podcast Interview

With Rokus Loopik

Not As Crazy As You Think Podcast Interview Part 1

With Jen Siciliano

MindFreedom International: Judi's Room Anti-Racism Panel

Moderated by: Celia Brown

Not As Crazy As You Think Podcast Interview Part 2

With Jen Siciliano

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Articles

Image of Mad In America webpage text on the navigation bar read editorial, drugs, education, veterans, family, MIA global. The text below the navigation bar reads The Psychiatric Narrative & The Boston Globe: Violence, Force, & Derogatory Labels by Vesper Moore March 14, 2020 "there is something inherently wrong with psychiatry, with every aspect of psychiatry, in it's fundamental conceptualizations, with its power and its modus operandi, something so wrong we cannot continue with it." Dr. Bonnie Burstow, Psychiatry and the Business of Madness

The Psychiatric Narrative & The Boston Globe: Violence, Force, & Derogatory Labels


Mad In America

Our Sexualized Culture and the Prejudiced Roots of Psychiatry Article


Mad In America

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