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Talk with Tenney: Pre-Launch Party Line Burtow's Psychiatry and the Business of Madness
Please join me on June 27, 2015 from 8-10 PM EST for a Pe-Launch Party Line with Dr. Bonnie Burstow, Irit Shimrat, Cheryl Prax, and other leading activist, academics, and survivors to discuss Burstow's groundbreaking book, Psychiatry and the Business of Madness.
Irit Shimrat is the author of Call Me Crazy: Stories from the Mad Movement (1997) and co-founder of the Ontario Psychiatric Survivors' Alliance
Cheryl Prax is a survivor and an activist who has contributed to Asylum magazine. She is well known for her tireless work in Speak Out Against Psychiatry and her combatting of ECT.
Additional guests on the line will be announced in the near future.
Call in (267)521-0167 and talk with Dr. Bonnie Burstow and others celebrating the launch of Psychiatry and the Business of Madness.
You are invited to attend The American Launch which will take place in New York City on June 29, 2015 at 7 PM at Bluestockings Radical Book Sellers, 172 Allen Street, NY, NY.
At 8:00pm, authors Sushannah Walshe and Scott Conroy join us to discuss their new book Sarah from Alaska: The Sudden Rise and Brutal Education of a New Conservative Superstar . At 8:30pm, conservative activist David Horowitz discusses the family tragedy that compelled him to write his new memoir, A Cracking of the Heart.
The Wizard of Oz is a story that was much beloved long before the epic production that remains in our hearts always. Here's the scene of meeting the cowardly lion the first time.
What does the movie tell us psychologically about ourselves, our wishes, and dreams? There were wonderful instances of symbolism portrayed in the film that doesn't take a professional to interpret as we see Dorothy and her ranch hands shift to an alternate reality.
This movie truly affected people's imaginations and wonder. I have met people over the years who swore that the movie was only in black and white! One year I rented the reel to reel and a projector from the Seattle Public Library, made up a bunch of popcorn and showed the movie to the children in the neighborhood where I was living. The first reel everything was in a type of black & white Sepia antique color, but the second reel was totally in brilliant color as Dorothy left the farmhouse in Oz. Think about what that says about "real" life versus our imaginations, which are taken to be be much more colorful and amazing than Midwestern farm life!
Join us for a wonderful talk about the psychology behind this brilliant movie along with the reasons the movie remains ageless and beloved, which it most likely will remain long after we're all gone and dead.
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Show Notes for January 30 show.
How does one speak with God.
Neale Donald Walshe "The Conversation with God" books.
Speaking in Tongues
How God Talks to Us - Thought, Feeling, Experience, Words
George Carlin - Why are we Here?
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.?Attribution: by Wayne Reichert – more info at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/sparetimeradio
Released January 2012 on Blog Talk Radio, an Internet talk radio show hosted by Wayne Reichert and focusing on Spirituality, The Matrix, and exploring the questions, Who Am I and Why Am I Here? How does God talk to us?
Tonight, Mike and Michelle will talk to three film director's whose work will be featured at the Baltimore Women's Fim Festival 2008: Sadhbh Walshe, Vivian Umino, and Arlette Thomas Flecther, as well as festival director Marisa Cohen. The festival will be held October 23-26th. For more info check out their site: http://www.bwfilmfestival.com/