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Dr. Carl Hart at Drug Policy Alliance Conference in NOLA (audio/mpeg 19.3MB) - by WTUL News & Views
A Human Rights based approach to drug policy
Posted: Wed May 6, 2015 8:15AM
NJ Gov. Christie Claims Cannabis Legalization is "Blood Money" - by Clown Award Goes to Christie!
At a recent speech given in a drug treatment facility NJ Gov. C. Christie claims that legalization is "blood money" when in fact the opposite is true. This comedian who plans to run for Pres. in 2016 believes then that there is no blood money made in the illegal status of drugs that spurn the cartels and resulting violence of gang warfare? Am nominating NJ Gov. Chris Christie for the 2016 Cannabis Clown Award for making the most logically fallacious statement thus far in 2016!
Posted: Wed Mar 25, 2015 7:29PM
WTUL News & Views Interviews Kevin Caldwell of Common Sense NOLA (audio/mpeg 29.2MB) - by WTUL News and Views
Interview with Kevin Caldwell leader of Common Sense NOLA, a New Orleans-based advocacy group working toward the establishment of a cannabis marketplace through economic development, education, and legal reform to ensure our community's prosperity and security.
Posted: Mon Mar 9, 2015 7:27AM
Cherán K’eri: Political parties are dead to us in this town - by El Enemigo Común
In April, the Purépecha municipality of Cherán K’eri, Michoacán is celebrating four years of its uprising to end organized crime in its territory.
Posted: Thu Feb 12, 2015 3:07PM
43 Students That Do Not Want to Disappear - by El Enemigo Común
Disappearances are acts of terror intended for those left behind. Today the Mexican federal government has declared the students dead, because since they won't disappear, it is better that people just begin accepting the fact that they are now dead. The Mexican federal governments is like a child with its eyes closed, plugging its ears with index fingers chanting the mantra "Please go away. Please go away. Please go away." The problem is that the problem isn't going away and the Mexican ...
Posted: Thu Jan 29, 2015 7:19PM
43 estudiantes que no quieren desaparecer - by El Enemigo Común
Las desapariciones son actos de terror destinados a los que se quedan. Hoy el gobierno federal mexicano ha declarado que los estudiantes están muertos, no desaparecidos y que es mejor que la gente comience a aceptar este hecho. El gobierno federal mexicano es como un niño con sus ojos cerrados y sus oídos tapados con los dedos repitiendo "Por favor que desaparezcan. Por favor que desaparezcan. Por favor que desaparezcan." El problema es que los estudiantes no desaparecen y el gobier...
Posted: Thu Jan 29, 2015 7:16PM
SOA Graduate Takes Control of Security in Michoacán, Mexico - by El Enemigo Común
U.S. Army School of The Americas (SOA) graduate general Pedro Felipe Gurrola Ramírez takes control of security in Michoacan, Mexico.
Posted: Fri Jan 23, 2015 12:44PM
Egresado de la Escuela de las Americas Toma Control de la Seguridad de Michoacán, México - by El Enemigo Común
El general Pedro Felipe Gurrola Ramírez un egresado de la Escuela de las Americas del Ejército de Estados Unidos (SOA por sus siglas en ingles), asume control de la seguridad de Michoacán, México
Posted: Fri Jan 23, 2015 12:40PM
WTUL News & Views (audio/mpeg 27.6MB) - by WTUL News & Views
"Race, Patriarchy, and Pleasure" Harm Reduction Coalition Podcast #39 from 2011, 30m09s. With Asha Bandele, Drug Policy Alliance and Joyce Rivera, St. Ann’s Corner of Harm Reduction
Posted: Mon Dec 15, 2014 7:18AM
Cannabis Farmers In Lebanon Join Fight Against ISIS - by John Vibes, The Anti Media
The cannabis farmers in Lebanon are also concerned about ISIS, especially after videos surfaces of alleged ISIS fighters burning cannabis crops in Syria. Now many of the farmers have joined with their former enemies to fight ISIS on the borders of Syria and Lebanon.
Posted: Sun Nov 2, 2014 1:05AM
Saudi Arabia: Four relatives executed for hashish possession amid surge in executions - by Amnesty International
The Saudi Arabian authorities must halt all executions, Amnesty International said after four members of the same family were executed today as part of a “disturbing” recent surge in the use of the death penalty in the country.
Posted: Mon Aug 18, 2014 10:24PM
Report Unveils How DEA Blocked Research and Reclassification of Marijuana, MDMA, Others - by via MAPS
The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) and the Drug Policy Alliance (DPA) on June 10 released their new report, “The DEA: Four Decades of Impeding and Rejecting Science”. The report documents a decades-long pattern of systematically obstructing medical research and ignoring scientific evidence.
Posted: Fri Jun 27, 2014 1:03PM
Louisiana Defenders Collective Interview from WTUL News and Views (audio/mpeg 50.6MB) - by WTUL News and Views
News and Views speaks to members of the Louisiana Defenders Collective, going over the holes in the criminal justice system that make their services necessary and the particular pressures put on juveniles in the privatization of the public school system, especially the ways formerly standard in-school behavioral problems have become criminalized.
Posted: Wed Jun 25, 2014 7:22AM
Arizona State Senator Blocks Funding for Long-Sought Medical Marijuana Research - by MAPS
After 22 years of hard-fought efforts, the non-profit pharmaceutical company Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) has finally obtained approval from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for a FDA clinical trial to examine the medical safety and efficacy of marijuana. The trial would study military veterans suffering from treatment-resistant post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Yet the study’s ability to receive Arizona state funding is in jeopardy...
Posted: Mon Mar 31, 2014 6:55PM
ACLU's New Online Tool Allows Users to Fight Racial Bias in Marijuana Possession Arrests - by ACLU
NEW YORK – With today's release of The Uncovery, the American Civil Liberties Union has put its devastating findings on racial injustice and marijuana possession arrests into the hands of web users. In partnership with Interbrand, the ACLU has developed a simple, elegant online advocacy tool, a one-stop shop where users select their own facts, convert them into customized graphic messages, share them on social media, and send them to legislators – all in sixty seconds or less.
Posted: Tue Mar 18, 2014 8:21PM
D.C. Passes Marijuana Decriminalization as Step Toward Racial Justice - by ACLU
WASHINGTON, DC – On March 4, the District of Columbia City Council passed legislation to remove criminal penalties from the possession of marijuana in amounts of one ounce or less. The bill would treat such possession as a civil offense, and awaits approval by Mayor Vincent Gray and then Congress. The vote was 10 to 1 with one abstention.
Posted: Mon Mar 10, 2014 12:58PM
Tierra Caliente: The freedom we have now, we haven’t had in twelve years - by carolina
At the barricades and in the towns, people were enthusiastic about following their own agenda, regardless of whatever plans the State might have.
Posted: Tue Feb 18, 2014 2:50PM
Tierra Caliente: La libertad que tenemos ahora no la hemos tenido en doce años - by carolina
En las barricadas y los pueblos se nota bastante entusiasmo para seguir con una agenda propia, sea cual sea la del Estado.
Posted: Tue Feb 18, 2014 2:28PM
Court Rules Warrant Is Required to Access Drug Prescription Database - by ACLU
PORTLAND, Ore. – For the first time, a federal judge has ruled that patients have a reasonable expectation of privacy in their drug prescription records, and that law enforcement must obtain a warrant in order to search such information. The American Civil Liberties Union and the ACLU of Oregon represented a group of Oregon patients and a physician in the lawsuit against the Drug Enforcement Administration.
Posted: Fri Feb 14, 2014 2:24AM
Crossing Borders in Templar Territory - by El Enemigo Común
By Simón Sedillo Photos: Juan José Estrada Serafín We left a municipality in Michoacan, which is often confused in the mainstream media as part of the Tierra Caliente region, but is actually Sierra. We hear that there is going to be a negotiation with the state and federal government and autonomous self-defense groups in order to accord the legalization of the self-defense groups. We head to Tepacaltepec where the meeting is to be held. The scene is surreal to say the least, but so is ...
Posted: Thu Jan 30, 2014 5:36PM