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Justice Unlimited Power Point for A Time of Remembrance, Saturday, Nov 17, 2012. First Draft

Justice Unlimited Power Point for A Time of Remembrance, Saturday, Nov 17, 2012. First Draft

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  • 1. A Time of Remembrance Saturday, November 17, 2012 1:00 - 4:00
  • 2. • Share your ideas with us. • Break bread with us.• To make our voice louder, join us.
  • 3. create awareness ofthe problem of unfair treatment for those living with mental illness
  • 4. Contact us at:juconnect2012@h
  • 5. We must never forget all those who died while under the care of the Milwaukee CountyMental Health System.
  • 6. Many died, poorand alone, with no family willing orable to bury them.
  • 7. Milwaukee County Grounds This is the county cemetery for thoseunfortunate souls whosefamilies could not afford to bury them.
  • 8. Brandon J.
  • 9. This is the county cemetery for thoseunfortunate souls with a mental illness whosefamilies could not afford to bury them.
  • 10. Brandon J.
  • 11. Brandon J.
  • 12. Brandon J.
  • 13. It has become an overgrown area with trailsrunning through it.
  • 14. People walktheir dogs andgeocache in it.
  • 15. Some kind soul hasput up signs to help us remember them and how they musthave felt living in the asylum.
  • 16. Census Records from the Milwaukee County Asylum for Chronic Insane 1900- 1940
  • 17. Sometimes, patientswere called inmates.Other times, they had no name—just a number.
  • 18. In 1940, there were 53 pages of records of people residing at either the Milwaukee County Hospital for Mental Diseases or the Milwaukee County Asylum for the Chronic Insane.
  • 19. The old County Asylum has fallen into a state of disrepair now.
  • 20. But Reverend Ray Gurney hasmade the grounds a sanctuary for monarch butterflies.
  • 21. But now, Reverend Ray Gurney hasmade the grounds a sanctuary formonarch butterflies.
  • 22. There is hope!
  • 23. We remember those who have died recently at the Milwaukee County Mental Health Complex. We vow to stop the deaths and substandard, underfunded, misguided care.
  • 24. Brandon J.Broken Neck
  • 25. Cindy A.Starved to Death
  • 26. Jane Doe, who was raped
  • 27. Paul H.????????????????????????Lack of Oxygen?
  • 28. Irises was painted by Vincent Van Gogh while he was a patient at an asylum.
  • 29. Recovery is possible!What else do you want to say??????????
  • 30. We willremember…
  • 31. …and we will not give up the fight for the living who are still struggling.

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