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Texas Harm Reduction Alliance Nov 8
Methadone is regulated by the DEA, but it’s medicine, right? Let that sink in. Stigma is oppression. Wisdom from
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Will Godfrey Nov 12
Here's my long-form report on 's conference in St. Louis last week. Impossible to capture the dizzy diversity of issues addressed, but some key common threads:
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jnetherland Nov 9
I’m loving this thoughtful panel about the challenging politics of research and appreciate more then ever the brave and wicked smart researches working in this field.
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Charity Monareng Nov 9
"Decriminalization only works when it is coupled with public health and harm reduction" -
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Every Billionaire Is A Policy Failure Nov 9
Cat Packer, who runs LA’s cannabis regulation department, on license preference programs. “That money isn’t going back into the community. We shouldn’t call it a ‘social equity program.’ We should call it a limited licensing opportunity program.”
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steel toe pleasers Nov 8
please set aside some scholarships specifically for sex worker organizers next year- our voices are important and our leadership is crucial!
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Sarah Ziegenhorn Nov 7
“The core assumption of public health that drug use is a problem is incorrect.“ Ingrid Walker
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Bread & Poppies Podcast Nov 7
Black transgender women should be at the forefront of the drug policy movement. They know these issues better than anyone else.
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cyndeeclay Nov 7
"There are over 400 syringe exchanges in the US, but only about 10 harm reduction drop in centers for sex workers" -- Justice Rivera ’s
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Kate Nov 9
“Support your local drug dealer. Support the person who’s been risking their life for 20 years to get you what you need.”
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Alejandro Madrazo Lajous Nov 8
“I want you to be angry and I want you to come and fight.” - Inez Bordeaux
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cyndeeclay Nov 7
"You can't actually be anti violence against women and NOT be in support of sex work -- War on Women/War on Drugs: Power, Bodies, and Autonomy session at ’s conference.
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Sarah Ziegenhorn Nov 9
“The overdose crisis is not just about tainted drug supply, it is about people living in immense peril!” is 💫 at this panel on drug legalization
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tracey helton mitchell MPA Nov 9
California has a 1% tax on millionaires to pay for innovative mental health services. This tax has been in effect for 13 years. The peer based mental health services I manage are paid for by this tax. I was surprised how few ppl at had heard about it.
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Zoë Dodd Nov 10
Had an amazing time at ! Loved meeting new people, meeting people in person I hadn’t met yet and spending time with inspiring friends. Great sessions, amazing people. Thanks
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Sterling Nov 11
Takeaways. The redemption narrative may be the fallacy. Steeped in white supremacy and capitalism. I will determine success in my own terms. We will determine success on our own terms.
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Dan Adams Nov 10
Biggest takeaway from ? The war on the war on drugs is just getting started.
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troy farah Nov 7
first day of was long and tiring but the energy was good and it was encouraging to see so much righteous anger about one of the worst atrocities in human history, prohibition, a war on the poor, a war on women, a war on poc, but barely, if at all, a war on drugs
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Brooke M Feldman, MSW Nov 11
was only the second conf I have ever been to that w/intentionality transformed a conf venue bathroom into a gender neutral bathroom (Rebellious Nursing Philly conf was the other). Something as simple as knowing to do this made me feel affirmed & at home.
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Michelle St. Pierre Nov 7
“It annoys me to no end” on the moral panic over the risk of unintentional ingestion of cannabis. Example in her jurisdiction: hospital admissions in last year = 700 for tide pods and 20 for cannabis.
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