Crazy Good Buzz: Labeled Mental Health & Disability Leaders to Launch New Project — You Are Welcome!
In the near future, a number of mad movement and disability movement leaders plan to launch a new project, and you are invited to be one of the visionaries before the launch.
The motto is ” Label Me Revolutionary.”
Psychiatric survivors who have been working for decades in this social change movement are brainstorming to assist me, David Oaks, also known as PsychoQuad, in this endeavor.
We are working on a new website for this campaign, to transform labels — mental or physical disability — into social change. Here are some questions to inspire your leadership:
- Would you like to help participate? Do not worry, this will not impose on a busy schedule, no strings attached.
- How have you transformed the negativity of mental health and/or disability label (s), into something of value to you, other labeled people and/or humanity?
- What would you like to see in a project and new website to help foment the positive revolution we need now?
- How can this revolution be more visible, and extend from our hearts to Earth?
This is a great way to build our community of revolutionaries, and we would love you to be involved! Also, just before the launch is a great time to provide your feedback.
You may offer your encouragement, curiosity, suggestions, visions via comments on the blog, here.
Or please direct your posts to a brand new public Facebook group (PsychoQuad) here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/636247286557440/
We will also be twittering with the hashtag: #LabelMeRevolutionary
This project is affiliated with the International Association for the Advancement of Creative Maladjustment (IAACM), a peaceful network first envisioned by Martin Luther King, that is very real though it has no board or treasury in the traditional sense. If you share his values, you are one of the leaders.
Another way to provide input for these questions, would be to answer this brief survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/prelaunch-input-psychoquad