Our Coping Skills zine is printed and ready for sale. Check it out here through Something Something Press! Contact us at email@example.com for bulk order pricing. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this item will help fund more distro-ing opportunities and future events for MLP!
This month is our one year anniversary! Mind(ful) Liberation Project turned 1 year old at the beginning of this month. We have accomplished a lot over the past year and we’ve had a lot of fun doing it, too!
Just read this on Tumblr and it reminded me of why we have peer support and why it helps a lot of people through tough times. Our first peer support group was telling enough–there were enough smiles and crying and hands in the air to fill your heart for decades. A woman falls down a … Continue reading
Mental Illness: Losing one of our own Trigger warning: discussion of death, overdose, and suicide This is just another reason why mental health concerns should be destigmatized. If we were not the anathema of society, those of us that are afraid to speak up would be able to talk about how we feel, and some … Continue reading
As there is a large need for peer support at Occupy Richmond, we will be holding our weekly peer support groups in Kanawa Plaza. This week’s meeting was previously scheduled for Saturday, but due to schedule conflicts, it has been moved to Sunday. Our next two peer support meetings are Sunday Oct. 23rd and Tuesday … Continue reading
Mind(ful) Liberation Project is in solidarity with Safer Spaces of Occupy Richmond. We are working together to bring mediation, peer support, and emotional well-being to the occupiers in Kanawa Plaza. Please come out to show your support. You can find members from either of our groups in the Safer Spaces area (there is a sign) … Continue reading