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

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