February is Black History Month. Read our blog series to learn about the significant and far-reaching roles that Black authors, activists and movement builders have played and continue to play in drug policy reform.
Learn how to implement coordinated policies rooted in harm reduction and human rights at the local level – where they are most likely to have the greatest impact.
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.
This is the first federal attempt to legally thwart the growing state momentum for the authorization and implementation of SCS, also called overdose prevention programs.
DPA's Ife Harvey spoke with immigration activist Alejendra Pablos on how the war on drugs is also a war on immigrant people and her current fight to avoid deportation.
People deserve accurate, non-judgmental information about marijuana and other drugs. Get the facts so you can understand both the effects of marijuana and the rapidly-shifting legal landscape.