This week on Century of Lies: Decriminalization and human rights.
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Dee-Dee Stout, author of Coming to Harm Reduction - Kicking and Screaming, holds a Master’s degree in Health Counseling from San Francisco State University, a program that she designed herself to meet her educational needs. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Human Sexuality from the same University.
This week on Century of Lies: Marcos, Duterte, the ICC, and the Philippine Drug War. We hear from Justine Balane, human rights activist in the Philippines; Ruben Carranza, International Center for Transitional Justice; human rights activist and former Italian Senator Marco Perduca; and David Borden, executive director of DRCNet and StopTheDrugWar.org.
Guest is Kim Ogg, the District Attorney of Houston Texas. Topics include abortion, guns, Uvalde, her no marijuana arrest program and much more.
Clay Conrad is author of Jury Nullifications - The Evolution of a Doctrine. Clay has been recogized for his legal acumen around the nation. He has made extensive continuing legal education presentations as well as presentations to civic and political associations across the country including in Virginia, California, Texas, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Utah and Washington D.C.
This week on Century of Lies: Aligning drug policies with human rights. We hear from Elina Steinerte, Member of the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention; Judy Chang, Executive Director of the International Network of People Who Use Drugs and Melissa Upreti, Chairperson of the UN Working Group on Discrimination Against Women and Girls.
Vivian McPeak is an American peace, social justice activist, cannabis rights activist, and musician. In Seattle, Washington. Mcpeak founded the Peace Heathens in 1988, a Seattle community action group. McPeak and Gary Cooke organized the first Seattle Hempfest in 1991, the 2-day event has grown to become the world's largest cannabis policy reform rally.
This week on Century of Lies: Part two of host Doug McVay's conversation with Judy Chang, Executive Director of the International Network of People Who Use Drugs (INPUD); plus, we talk with Tera Hurst, Executive Director of the Oregon Health Justice Recovery Alliance, about decriminalization of people who use drugs and Oregon’s Drug Addiction Treatment and Recovery Act.