April is Second Chance Month. Every week, we'll share an inspirational story of a formerly incarcerated person who has dedicated their lives to serving others.
In 2009, New York reformed its notorious Rockefeller Drug Laws. Ten years later, veteran drug law reform activists Anthony Papa and Terrence Stevens reflect on the destruction the laws wreaked on so many.
During his declaration of a national emergency at the border, President Trump yet again called for the death penalty for people who sell drugs. Killing people in the name of the drug war is inhumane and unconscionable. Tell Congress to stand against harsh drug penalties and to instead adopt the solutions that will save lives.
No! The active ingredients in marijuana are not toxic to your brain, unlike alcohol. So how does marijuana work in your body?
Join us in San Francisco for this free conference and workshop series that will unpack the history and harms of coercion in drug treatment and mental health settings and explore patient- and rights-centered alternatives.
Syringe access programs have a proven, decades-long track record of preventing the spread of infectious diseases such as HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C.