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How to Talk to White People About Race in the Drug War, in Four Simple Steps

It happens every time. I’m wrapping up a presentation to community leaders (I work for the North Carolina Harm Reduction...

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Why Are Heroin, Cocaine and Other Drugs Really Illegal? We Must Never Forget the Answers

April 4th, 2016 Looking out at the trail of devastation and death that the heroin epidemic has left in its wake, it’s ha...

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A Young Woman Saved in a Santa Fe Courtroom: How LEAD Can Reduce the Harms of Drug Enforcement

April 25th, 2016 In an echoing courtroom in Santa Fe, New Mexico, a detective argues with a judge about the fate of a 25...

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How We Legalized Needle Exchange in a Southern Red State

July 19th, 2016 On July 11th, 2016, North Carolina lawmakers made history by becoming the first veto-proof Republican su...

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Imagine Applying for 1,000 Jobs and Not Getting a Fair Chance Because You’re a “Felon”—We Need Reform

October 5th, 2016 Over the past six years, Mike Trempus of Raleigh, North Carolina, has applied for over 1,000 jobs. His...

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