Ending the New Jim Crow: Mapping the Future of Drug Policy in NYC

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Nov 16, 2013 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
New York, NY

Join hundreds of New Yorkers – students, cultural workers, academics, advocates, community organizers, young people, treatment providers, civil rights activists and more – as we gather to envision a new approach to our drug polices, based in equity, health and safety -- not racism, criminalization and violence.

Talking Transition Tent at the corner of Canal St. and 6th Avenue, Manhattan

As part of the Talking Transition series, this is our opportunity to map the future of our city’s drug policies for the newly-elected progressive Mayor, Bill de Blasio, and a new City Council. What kind of solutions do we want? What policy reforms should we prioritize as we work to end the failed war on drugs in NYC?

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