We invite you to join us on Saturday May 7th at 2 PM in front of Queen’s Park to march and protest against electroshock,a controversial and often involuntary procedure that is most commonly inflicted upon women and the elderly, and as the treatment of choice for postpartum depression.At 1:15 PM, we will gather at the northeast corner of College and Spadina, and peacefully march to Queen’s Park. If you will not be marching, join us at 2 PM for the rally. This family-friendly event will feature free food and drink; speeches from survivors, academics, and allies, including MPP Cheri DiNovo; and a live performance from Juno-award-winning singer-songwriter Roger Ellis.This event is proudly sponsored by the Coalition Against Psychiatric Assault (CAPA), Nellie’s Women’s Shelter, The Opal Project, the Friendly Spike Theatre Band, Greenspiration, the Bread and Bricks Social Justice Group, the Women’s Counselling Referral and Education Centre (WCREC), Maggie’s Toronto, the Centre for Women’s Studies in Education (CWSE at OISE/UT), MindFreedom International, the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (OCAP), We the People, CKLN Radio, Students on Seven (at OISE/UT), Resistance Against Psychiatry, the Parkdale Activity Recreation Centre (PARC), and the Mental Health Legal Committee.For more information, visit us at CoalitionAgainstPsychiatricAssault.com/news