Drug Policy Alliance Blog

02/29/16
By Kassandra Frederique
She carries the name of the two women that she loves the most, her godmother and her grandmother, her name is Gloria Rosaline Preudhomme. Her work with the Institute of the Black World is a testament to her commitment to end... Read More

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02/26/16
By Sharda Sekaran
It’s been a groundbreaking month in the national dialogue about opiate dependency and addiction.  From halls of government to family living rooms, the country is positioning for a dramatic shift in attitudes about... Read More

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02/25/16
By Emily Kaltenbach
February 18th marked the end of New Mexico’s 2016 legislative session. It also marked the end of 30-days of regressive anti-crime policy introduction driven by Governor Susana Martinez. Martinez vowed to make 2016 the... Read More

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02/24/16
By James Carli
Have you ever wondered why ending the war on drugs isn’t as simple as passing a few laws in Congress? Well, it has to do with some pretty bad pieces of international law that tie the hands of national governments to... Read More

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02/19/16
By asha bandele
Tina Glasgow, the mother of prominent drug policy reformer, Pastor Kenneth Glasgow, talks to DPA about how she became a drug policy reformer. Approximately 16 miles north of Florida and 20 miles west of Georgia, tucked... Read More

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02/18/16
By Anthony Papa
Michael Moore does a lot of traveling in his new documentary, “Where to Invade Next.” The film is eye-opening as Moore explores what it could be like to implement new ideas and policies in the U.S. Moore travels... Read More

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02/12/16
By Kristen Maye
To be Black and a woman in the U.S. is a testament to the constant need for harm reduction in one’s life. Navigating the uneven terrain created by racism and sexism creates constant risk in the circumstances of one... Read More

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02/12/16
By Melissa Franqui
A beautiful mix of micro-blog and documentary photography, Humans of New York has redefined and uplifted the power of compelling portraits coupled with personal stories. Over 16 million Facebook followers agree – the... Read More

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02/11/16
By Christopher Soda
A year has passed since Ross Ulbricht, founder of Silk Road, was convicted and sentenced to life without parole. An appeal was filed last month by his lawyers, petitioning the Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in NY for a... Read More

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02/08/16
By Sharda Sekaran
Filmmaker Michael Moore never shies from taking on tough issues and challenging the status quo. His latest film “Where to Invade Next” is a clever spoof of U.S. foreign policy that encourages our military leaders... Read More

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