On this edition of Century of Lies: Pablo de Greiff, Director of the Transitional Justice Program at the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice of the School of Law at New York University, and Collette Flanagan, CEO and Founder of Mothers Against Police Brutality, discuss equal access to justice for all: a necessary element of democracy, rule of law and human rights protection.
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Our guest is Attorney Omar Figueroa, based in California. Omar focuses on cannabis law, licensing, Hemp & CBD law, psychedelics and human rights. Discussion on caravan raids, over taxation, international cannabis & more.
On this edition of Century, we speak with Ron Williams, a longtime Portland-area community activist and the Outreach Coordinator for the Health Justice Recovery Alliance, about the Drug Addiction Treatment & Recovery Act; plus, we hear the rest of a conversation with Brittany Graham from the Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users (VANDU), Elli Taylor with VANDU and the Western Aboriginal Harm
Doctoral candidates at Tulane University, Dan Callahan and Joelle Giacomo are writing a call to action for the legalization of drugs and seek input from DTN reporter Dean Becker, the Reverend Most High.
Dean Becker, the Reverend Most High preaches to the congregation from the pulpit of a Houston church: PROHIBITION IS EVIL
On this edition of Century we hear more from a conversation with Brittany Graham, Acting Executive Director of the Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users (VANDU), Elli Taylor with VANDU and the Western Aboriginal Harm Reduction Society, and Caitlin Shane, Staff Lawyer at the Pivot Legal Society. Plus, more from a conversation with Eris Nyx from the Drug User Liberation Front.
The government in British Columbia is seeking official approval from the Canadian government to decriminalize simple possession of some drugs.
FOX personality Greg Gutfeld invites Doctor Carl Hart, author of Drug Use for Grown Ups to visit "The Five" + Don Winslow author of The Cartel regarding the eternal violence of drug war