On this edition of Century of Lies we talk with Avi Yocheved, a harm reduction activist and member of the Portland Drug User Union, about safe consumption sites and safe supply; plus we talk with Lill Prosperino, Southern States Regional Organizer for the National Harm Reduction Coalition, about community building.
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This week on Century of Lies we talk about harm reduction and International Overdose Awareness Day with Ria Tsinas, Co-Founder of the Academy of Perinatal Harm Reduction; Avi Yocheved, harm reduction activist and member of Portland Drug Users Union; and Lill Prosperino, Southern States Regional Organizer, National Harm Reduction Coalition.
Decriminalization advances in cities across Canada, and the Drug Users Liberation Front on safe supply, harm reduction and International Overdose Awareness Day, which is August 31.
This week on Century of Lies: The San Diego Sheriff’s Department fakes an overdose video, and residents of Somerville, MA work to save lives by opening a supervised consumption site.
On this edition of Century of Lies, part two of my conversation with Maia Szalavitz, her new book is Undoing Drugs: The Untold Story of Harm Reduction and the Future of Addiction. Plus we speak with Wanda Bertram, Communications Strategist with the Prison Policy Initiative, about PPI’s new report “Building exits off the highway to mass incarceration: Diversion programs explained.”
On this edition of Century of Lies, part one of a conversation with award-winning journalist and NY Times best-selling author Maia Szalavitz. Maia and host Doug McVay talk about harm reduction, drug policy, and Maia's new book Undoing Drugs: The Untold Story of Harm Reduction and the Future of Addiction.
On this edition of Century of Lies, we discuss magic mushrooms, psilocybin therapy, equity, and social justice with Elan Hagens and Rebecca Martinez, co-founders of the Fruiting Bodies Collective.
On this edition of Century of Lies, host Doug McVay is joined by Brandon Marshall, PhD, Associate Professor of Epidemiology at the Brown University School of Public Health and founding director of the People, Place & Health Collective, to discuss harm reduction, recovery, community organizing, and Rhode Island becoming the first state in the nation to approve establishment of supervised con
Rhode Island is now the first state in the United States to authorize the establishment of supervised consumption sites.
This week on Century of Lies we examine the protests rocking Colombia. Congress’s Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission held a hearing on the Colombia protests July First.