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Henrico, VA: Allen Skeens’s Condition Improving

We posted earlier about a Henrico man that was shot by police last Thursday. He has been in ICU at the VCU Medical Center since the shooting occurred. His father told News 12 that Allen’s condition is improving, as he was able to mumble a few words to his family. Skeens was shot after police … Continue reading

Help MLP Go to Philly on 5/5!

Help us reach our goal so that we can bring back stories, knowledge, zines, and skills that we can spread across the city and beyond! Greetings, folks! Mind(ful) Liberation Project will be carpooling to Occupy the American Psychiatric Association on May 5th. Word of mouth, in-person networking, and standing up for what we believe in … Continue reading

Henrico, VA: Police Shoot Unarmed Man Near Freeman High School Thursday

HENRICO, Va. (WTVR) – Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting Thursday at an apartment complex near a Freeman High School. It happened just after 3 p.m. in the 8800 block of Three Chopt Road at the Three Chopt West Apartments, which is across the street from Freeman High School. Police told CBS 6 News’ Lorenzo Hall … Continue reading

First Draft of “Mindful Occupation” Booklet Now Available!

We finally have a draft of “Mindful Occupation: Rising Up Without Burning Out” that we’re going to be printing out for the American Psychiatric Association protest on May 5th in Philadelphia. We’ve been working on this since October….almost there….so excited! Here’s a picture of the first booklet in existence from the RVA Icarus distro! We … Continue reading

Dr. Phil Describes Vets with PTSD as “Monsters” and “Damaged Goods”

PTSD: civilians just love to paint veterans as riddled with this disease, causing them to become violent, unhinged lunatics who will explode at the slightest provocation. Look at just about any news story where a violent crime is committed by a veteran, and PTSD is almost immediately floated as the reason. In the media narrative, … Continue reading

APS: “Reminders of Secular Authority Reduce Believers’ Distrust of Atheists”

Atheists have long been distrusted, in part because they do not believe that a watchful, judging god monitors their behavior. However, in many parts of the world, secular institutions such as police, judges, and courts are also potent sources of social monitoring that encourage prosocial behavior. Can reminding people of a secular authority — such … Continue reading

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