On this week's Century, it's part three of our coverage of the 65th annual session of the UN's Commission on Narcotic Drugs: Russia finally falls from grace, plus words from Dave Borden, Executive Director of DRCNet Foundation and StopTheDrugWar.org, and Luciana Pol, an Argentine sociologist and Senior Fellow in Security Policy and Human Rights at the Center for Legal and Social Studies.
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Chris Bennett is an author and activist. Chris worked for many years with Marc and Jodie Emery and the late, great activist Michelle Rainey at Cannabis Culture.
This week on Century, it’s part two of our coverage of the 65th annual session of the UN’s Commission on Narcotic Drugs, which took place March 14-18 2022 in Vienna, Austria. We hear from Dr.
CORRUPT COP STORY OF THE CENTURY: Phil Smith is a reporter for DRCNET.org. Phil joins DTN host Dean Becker to discuss First Amendment Audits of police stations, post offices, commercial concerns to expose the the diminution of our rights, the untrained and often insane machinations of law enforcement officers out of control denying our First, Fourth and Fourteenth Amendment rights,
This week on Century, it’s part one of our coverage of the 65th annual session of the UN’s Commission on Narcotic Drugs, Austria, taking place March 14-18 2022 in Vienna, Austria.
Law Enforcement Action Partnerships Executive Director Diane Goldstein joined the Redondo Beach Police Department in 1983. She rose from a Patrol Officer and School Resource Officer to Sergeant in the Special Investigations Unit, served as a Division Commander, and retired as a lieutenant in 2004. She was the first female lieutenant in the department.
On this edition of Century, we speak with Joseph R. Friedman, MPH, an addictions researcher and MD/PhD student at the Center for Social Medicine and Humanities at UCLA, about overdose, harm reduction, and racial justice; plus we hear from Dr. Christy Sutherland with the Portland Hotel Society about decriminalization of people who use drugs.
Will Foster was Busted for a few plants in 1997, Will was sentenced to 93 years in an Oklahoma prison. He now runs a giant clone company offering dozens of strains of cannabis to Oklahoma residents.. + DTN Editorial: Prohibition is Racist * Evil * Stupid
On this edition of Century of Lies, Imperialism and the War on Drugs: A Conversation with Sanho Tree, Director of the Drug Policy Project at the Institute for Policy Studies.
Dr. Richard R. Andrews is a family medicine doctor in Houston, Texas. He is a conscientious objector to drug war who works daily to save the lives of drug users. He received his medical degree from University of Connecticut School of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years.