Monday, Jan. 30th – “The Art of Surviving” Art Opening and Open House 4:00PM – 6:00PM Crenshaw House, 919 W. Franklin Street, 1st FL Richmond, VA The Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Department and The Wellness Resource Center at VCU are proud to host the Action Alliance’s provocative exhibit, “The Art of Surviving.” This exhibit features … Continue reading
In September 2011, the Occupy Wall Street protests erupted in response to the growing social and economic injustice that The Icarus Project and many of our allies have been resisting since it started. More and more people are recognizing how Mad the world has become. Many Icaristas have been closely involved with their local Occupy movements and … Continue reading
With the holidays in full swing, we here at Mind(ful) Liberation Project have had our fair share of holiday mishaps and disasters. Even with the best intentions, family get-togethers can be stressful, sometimes resulting in hard feelings or harsh words being said. Holidays make many of us feel alone because it is difficult for us … Continue reading
On 11/11/11 some of us went to the James River to spread the ashes of our friend, Scott. In May he chose to take his own life. We are very sad that he has left us, but we are thankful that he is no longer in pain.
Everyone, please consider submitting, whether anonymously or not, to psychOUT. “IN A WORLD GONE MAD, WE ARE ALL BEAUTIFUL” Q: What is psychOUT? A:The blog was created to empower and celebrate the beauty within all emotional and psychological expressions.The hope for the blog is that it will reflect our readers; through the images and stories … Continue reading
From Occupy Vermont: Yesterday, November 10th at 2pm, Josh, a valued member of Occupy Burlington and the houseless community, took his own life at the encampment. We want to take this moment to offer our thoughts and condolences to Josh’s family, and to the members of the Occupy community who got to know Josh over … Continue reading