Breonna Taylor didn’t deserve to die. It's time to abolish drug war funding that fuels the militarization of law enforcement and hold elected officials and police departments accountable - none of us can sleep safe until we do.
When DPA publicly released our harm reduction-based drug education curriculum Safety First in October, the world was a different place. In the months since, it’s evolved into an even more crucial resource.
Demand that your Governor reduce incarceration and immigrant detention capacity, stop minor arrests, and ensure continued access to medication-assisted treatment and medical marijuana.
COVID-19 brings to the forefront the state-imposed punishment of people who use drugs. We're hosting a series of online discussions with advocates and allies to talk about how we can sustain progress and which obstacles still remain.
We're introducing a new series to examine how drugs and people who use drugs are portrayed in pop culture, for better or worse. DPA's Brian Hackel digs into a recent episode of The Simpsons. Will he puff or pass on this portrayal?
Immigrant detention centers are bleak places in the best of times, but absolutely dangerous during a pandemic. Activist Alejandra Pablos joins DPA's Maritza Perez and Jeannette Zanipatin to share her experience in one of these centers.