Justice Edwin Cameron and Shaun Shelly discuss stigma, racism, and drug policy in South Africa; and we learn about safer smoking kits and harm reduction from Lindsey LaSalle from the Drug Policy Alliance; Daniel Raymond with the National Viral Hepatitis Roundtable; Shilo Hassan Jama, a longtime activist formerly with the People’s Harm Reduction Alliance; Isaac Jackson, PhD, president of the San
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Paul Armentano has over two decades of experience working professionally in cannabis policy. He is the Deputy Director of NORML, the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, the nation’s oldest and largest cannabis reform advocacy organization. Discussion on cbd/hemp, synthetics, drug war hypocrisy.
The British Columbia Association of People on Opiate Maintenance (BCAPOM), the Drug User Liberation Front (DULF) and the Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users (VANDU) broke the news that there were a total of 2224 drug poisoning deaths in BC in calendar year 2021.
Ethan Russo, MD, is a highly esteemed, board-certified neurologist, psychopharmacology researcher, and author. He is the Founder and CEO of credo-science.com.
On the new edition of Century we speak with author and journalist Donnell Alexander about a series he’s written at CapitalAndMain.com entitled A Just And Legal Weed: The Rocky Road For Black Cannabis Entrepreneurs Past and Present; plus Natasha Touesnard with the Canadian Association of People who Use Drugs on Rethinking Prohibition: Reducing Criminalization and Advancing Equity in Canadian Dru
Doctor Rick Doblin is the founder and Executive Director of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies. Discusion centers around legalization and medicalization of MDMA, Psilocybin, LSD and much more.
On the new edition of Century: Smriti Rana with Pallium India on barriers to access to controlled pain medications and how to overcome them; plus Petra Schulz from Moms Stop the Harm on the drug poisoning crisis in Alberta.
Stephen Downing began his 20-year police career in a squad car and finished as a deputy chief of police. His vast experience in law enforcement has led him to the conclusion that the War on Drugs can never be worth the human and fiscal costs.