CCHR Exposes The Labeling And Drugging Of Helpless Children
Added: (Fri Jan 12 2018)
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The heart wrenching separation of families as the children are removed and placed in the hands of strangers, a traumatic experience for both the parents and the children.
Vancouver- January 12, 2018- On January 14 the Citizenís Commission on Human Rights will be opening its famous exhibition called Psychiatry: An Industry of Death to raise awareness on the excessive labeling, drugging and oppressing of Indigenous People everywhere in particular the children in foster care who do not have a voice.
It is being erected in the center of Downtown East Side at 298 Alexander Street (at Gore), doors open with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Sunday the 14th at 11:00 a.m., after which it will be open daily from 12:00 noon till 7:00 p.m. through to January 20th.
The heart wrenching separation of families as the children are removed and placed in the hands of strangers, a traumatic experience for both the parents and the children. On top of that many of the apprehended children are then labeled and given dangerous mind altering drugs. Find out the truth behind such practices.
Traditional healing versus widespread mind-altering drug prescribing practices is at the center of First Nations concerns. Drug dealers have already been expelled from a handful of tribal bands within North America and now itís time to expose the psychiatric industry of assessing, labeling and drugging which is behind the high rate of suicides and attempted suicides within the Indigenous community.
Our ultimate goal is to create awareness around the psychiatric industry destroying our nation. This Exhibition is open to people of all cultures who are interested in educating themselves on Big Pharma and psychiatry. If we stand united shoulder to shoulder we can demand change making natural herbal remedies an alternative to the over drugging of our future generation.
This Exhibition is open to people of all cultures who are interested in educating themselves about the dangers of psychiatric drugging and find out the truth about psychiatric human rights violations.
For more information contact Robin Raweater at 604-689-4417 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org