CCHR celebrated its 50th anniversary in style, looking back over a history of protecting human rights and recognizing its partners in arms with its Human Rights Award.

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Since its founding in 1969, CCHR has worked with freedom fighters, courageous attorneys, dedicated legislators and more, who in turn gave words of support on CCHR’s 50th anniversary.

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To provide a sense of the work CCHR does, we look at some of CCHR’s many accomplishments in its first 50 years.

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CCHR has reached out to the United Nations to stop coercive psychiatric practices.

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What started out as a single case of Child Protective Services illegally ripping a child from a mother becomes a passionate parental rights crusade for a criminal defense attorney.

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CCHR Florida teamed up with local attorneys to hold the first-ever Baker Act Defense Attorney Symposium and Summit to tackle the involuntary commitment issues in the state.

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CCHR Japan holds exhibits and seminars for Japan’s Members of Parliament to oppose the number of children on psychotropics.

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CCHR brings Psychiatry: An Industry of Death exhibit to educate Mexican citizens.

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On its 50th anniversary, Citizens Commission on Human Rights rewards outstanding achievements, reviews its record of accomplishments, and recommits to the complete elimination of psychiatric abuse.

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Reverend Fred Shaw joined forces with the NAACP to pass resolutions designed to protect African-Americans against psychiatric abuse and electroconvulsive therapy.

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CCHR UK claims Royal College of Psychiatrists International Congress is foisting off junk science on the general public, putting UK children at grave risk.

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After an increase of psych drug use, CCHR Australia reaches 14 percent of the country’s population with a sobering documentary.

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CCHR France gave a European Psychiatric Association Convention a warm welcome.

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A CCHR traveling exhibit that opened in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside ushers in a crusade to save Canada’s First Nations from the rampage of psychiatric abuse.

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