“Between 1929 and 1974, the state – through its North Carolina Eugenics Board – authorized sterilizations of about 7,600 North Carolina residents classified as mentally ill, epileptic or “feeble-minded,” which generally meant an IQ of less than 70.”
Fourteen of Hollywood’s most secret short films and hundreds of dark exhibits sketch a shameful history of the profession, blaming it for racism, the Holocaust, botched psychosurgery and a world dependent on the pharmaceutical industry. The gist? Psychiatry ain’t no good. Welcome to “PSYCHIATRY: An Industry of Death” museum.