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The Drug Policy Alliance (DPA) is the nation's leading organization working to end the war on drugs. We focus on legalizing marijuana; criminal justice reform and ending draconian prison sentences for drugs; harm reduction policies that prevent overdoses and save lives; and we educate the public about drugs while dispelling popular myths and misinformation. Our host, Tommy McDonald, has been on DPA’s media team for 12 years and worked in journalism and radio before coming to DPA, and he’ll b ...
 
MISSION: To create a national organ that weaves together the most politically-advanced organizers in the movement against mass incarceration, through which we can explore and unite our strategies, tactics, and histories.
 
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Three people are murdered, shaking the foundation of the small town of Niagara, Wisconsin and its nearly 2,000 citizens. Two more meet their demise on the second night, and a teenager is taken into custody after narrowly escaping with his own life. Jason Rangle says he didn't do it; that it was a monster that murdered his parents. Friends become enemies and secrets are formed. Jason never stood a chance and is sentenced to life in prison. Sixteen years pass without incident, until one night ...
 
Podcast for Program: Mass Incarceration, Racist Murders and the Attempted Murder of Environmental Activists In series: The Michael Slate ShowVersion: Young argues that Mass Incarceration + Silence = Genocide and calls for a National Day of Action against mass incarceration. An excerpt from Avakian's speech "Revolution: Why It's Necessary, Why It's Possible, What It's All About" reveals the racist terror against Black people that's the spinal column of this system. Thomson & Pickett talk abou ...
 
Tessaku (iron fence) is a collection of stories from the Japanese American incarceration during WWII. After the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941, the United States went into a state of shock and with poor political leadership, forcibly removed all Japanese Americans from their homes on the West Coast into isolated camps. These are the stories and memories of the people who lived it. ✿ Read more stories and find resources to help in tracking down your own family's camp history at https://tessa ...
 
Podcast for Program: The Slow Genocide of Mass IncarcerationIn series: The Michael Slate ShowVersion: The United States is the world's biggest jailer, and this policy of mass incarceration hits Black and Latino people the hardest. Talking about this are Carl Dix, currently part of a campaign of determined mass resistance against mass incarceration, especially as it has unfolded around "Stop and frisk" policies, and Colin Dayan, author of The Law Is a White Dog: How Legal Rituals Make and Unm ...
 
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Mary Nomura was a teenager when she and her siblings were sent to Manzanar. Both parents had passed when she was young, leaving her eldest siblings to struggle through the Depression in caring for the family. But in camp she found friends, a new social life, and her future husband. In this episode, you'll hear original recordings of Mary singin ...…
 
Grace Izuhara was five years old and living in Los Angeles when WWII broke out. And rather than go to camp, her family chose to avoid it by leaving their home and signing up for a farm labor program to harvest a vital wartime staple: sugar beets. But unlike other Japanese Americans who were children during the war and had opportunities to play ...…
 
Born and raised in Queens, New York, Kaz's family lived alongside all Italian Americans, even befriending members of the mafia. It wasn't until he went to basic training at Fort Snelling that he met other young Niseis from the West Coast and Hawaii who, as he puts it, "straightened him out real quick," teaching him what it meant to be a proud, ...…
 
DPA’s revolutionary high school drug education curriculum “Safety First” was piloted at Bard High School Early College Manhattan this spring. The results are in, and they’re very encouraging for the future of drug education. Sasha Simon, DPA’s Safety First Program Manager, and Drew Miller, the health teacher from Bard who taught the “Safety Fir ...…
 
Nancy Yamamoto was a teenager when war broke out between the U.S. and Japan. Her plans to become a fashion designer were abruptly put on hold as her family was uprooted from a farming town near Sacramento to the harsh landscape of Tule Lake. In our chat, she reflects on her anger towards Japan for bombing Pearl Harbor and the fraught relationsh ...…
 
We were lucky to talk with Bernard Noble, who recently came home after serving more than 7 years in a Louisiana prison. Bernard was finally granted parole after being sentenced to 13 years for allegedly possessing two joints of marijuana. You’ll hear all about this grave injustice directly from the man whose case drew national attention as an e ...…
 
In this episode we take you behind the curtain to meet the producer of Drugs and Stuff, the incomparable Katharine Heller. Katharine is a woman of many talents. Actor, voiceover artist, producer, and bartender. She hosts a great monthly podcast called Tell the Bartender, which features tales from everyday people with unique stories to share. We ...…
 
We caught up with Rep. Ro Khanna during a recent visit to his home district in the Silicon Valley. Rep. Khanna talks about his support for the Marijuana Justice Act, the Justice Department under Jeff Sessions and his favorite place to grab a cup of chai.
 
This week we sat down with Maria McFarland Sánchez-Moreno, DPA’s executive director. We had a lot to catch up about since the last time she was on the show back in October 2017. Her new book, There Are No Dead Here: A Story of Murder and Denial in Colombia, was released in February and Maria explains how it created a little bit of controversy w ...…
 
The time has come for people who care about psychedelics to step out of the shadows and bring our voices to the table. In this episode, we’re joined by a couple of DPA’s in-house psychedelics experts: Jag Davies, DPA’s director of communications strategy, and Ifetayo Harvey, DPA’s communications associate. Both Jag and Ife previously worked at ...…
 
Kellyanne Conway's lack of experience and inability to effectively address the overdose crisis was on full display last month when she jokingly told a forum of young people: “eat the ice cream, have the french fry, don't buy the street drug.” Listen to Derek break down a 1-minute clip of Kellyanne Conway's speech and you'll understand that proh ...…
 
Remember last year when we sat down with DPA’s Marsha Rosenbaum to talk about what drug education should look like for young people? If you missed it, check out that great conversation from Episode 05 when Marsha explained the history of “Safety First,” a DPA project that was dedicated to providing honest, reality-based information to parents f ...…
 
Long-time Drug Policy Alliance media relations director, Tony Newman, joined the latest episode of Drugs & Stuff to chat with us about the current state of drug policy reform, and his latest think piece, which you can read here. Newman has witnessed a dramatic change in the drug policy reform landscape since coming to DPA 18 years ago. As direc ...…
 
In early January, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions (Mr. “good people don’t smoke marijuana”) began the year by firing a shot across the bow to states that have legalized marijuana. Will it have a chilling effect? Is it even warranted? In this episode, we sat down with our in-house marijuana law reform experts, Tamar Todd and Jolene Forman, t ...…
 
It’s the end of the year, people are getting excited about the holidays, and millions of people are making plans for partying on New Year’s Eve. And for lots of people, their version of partying includes using drugs. So who better to talk to about harm reduction and partying than DPA’s Stefanie Jones? Stefanie Jones is the director of audience ...…
 
AlterNet editor-at-large and associate publisher Jan Frel sits down with us to expound on non-problematic drug use and how drugs are interwoven into modern society. Jan explains how the war on drugs is essentially a war on fun that demonizes and destroys lives. Jan is the author of Neighbors from Hell: An American Bedtime Story (Feral House, 20 ...…
 
On November 8, 2016, California voters approved Proposition 64, which legalized possession and consumption of marijuana for adults 21 and over and immediately reduced or eliminated many criminal penalties for marijuana in California - including the sale, and cultivation of marijuana. As the state gears up for full implementation on January 1, 2 ...…
 
We pulled aside a handful of experts to talk with us during the Drug Policy Alliance's 2017 International Drug Policy Reform Conference in Atlanta last month. Jon Perri works at change.org and his new project, Nation of Second Chances, explores the stories of many people who received clemency from President Obama. We also found time to talk abo ...…
 
Dr. Malik Burnett is a general surgeon and former DPA staff member who successfully led our campaign to pass Initiative 71, which legalized marijuana for adults in Washington, D.C. in 2014. Dr. Burnett is a physician advocate and a board member of Doctors for Cannabis Regulation. Currently a resident physician in the Johns Hopkins General Preve ...…
 
We pulled aside a handful of experts to talk with us during the Drug Policy Alliance's 2017 International Drug Policy Reform Conference in Atlanta. Marsha Rosenbaum sat down to talk with us about what drug education should look like for young people, and her experience as a mother, researcher and drug policy reformer trying to get schools to im ...…
 
We sat down with DPA’s new executive director to find out more about her history and look ahead to next week’s gathering at the 2017 International Drug Policy Reform Conference in Atlanta. Maria’s commitment to social justice and drug policy reform dates from her childhood, which she spent mostly in Peru. She was strongly influenced by her earl ...…
 
We're back with a timely new episode. This week we sat down with Marvin Washington, former NFL player and Super Bowl champion, to talk about the war on drugs, marijuana policies in sports, socially conscious athletes, and this past week’s display of solidarity across the NFL in response to Donald Trump’s comments calling players who kneel durin ...…
 
DPA's Tommy McDonald sits down with Ro Khanna, the U.S. representative from California's 17th congressional district, to talk about the drug war, the opioid overdose crisis and Overdose Awareness Day.
 
August 31 is International Overdose Awareness Day. Recently, the Drug Policy Alliance held a national briefing for the press on preventing overdoses in the wake of the opioid crisis. How is the federal government responding? How can overdoses be prevented in humane, non-punitive ways? Listen in as experts, advocates and legislators offer their ...…
 
The Drug Policy Alliance (DPA) is the nation's leading organization working to end the war on drugs. We focus on legalizing marijuana; criminal justice reform and ending draconian prison sentences for drugs; harm reduction policies that prevent overdoses and save lives; and we educate the public about drugs while dispelling popular myths and mi ...…
 
EPISODE 2: July's episode of The Thread features interviews with Maya Schenwar, author, activist, and the editor-in-chief of Truthout, as well as the second part of our interview with Kinetik Justice, a leader of the Free Alabama Movement.Maya talks extensively with Matt about how to approach prison and criminal justice reforms. They discuss th ...…
 
June's episode of The Thread features interviews with Kinetik Justice, the leader of the Free Alabama Movement and the recent Alabama prison strike, and Cheri Honkala, the founder of the Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign and former Vice Presidential candidate.Kinetik Justice is currently incarcerated at Holman Correctional Facility [ ...…
 
The final episode! Jason and Matt are out of the prison and run into two familiar faces.By goingpostalpublishing@gmail.com (Christopher Chapman).
 
It’s time for Jason and Matt to make their final attempt to free the prison while hundreds of angry vampires are looking for them.By goingpostalpublishing@gmail.com (Christopher Chapman).
 
Things between Jason Rangle and Matt Zuern become very intense as it becomes increasingly difficult for them to escape the prison. During their attempt, they encounter a force greater than anything either men had ever seen. 42 43 44By goingpostalpublishing@gmail.com (Christopher Chapman).
 
Jason wakes up to find that Matt is battling it out with somebody he used to know. He tries to help, but his head is hurting him badly, rendering him almost useless. 40 41By goingpostalpublishing@gmail.com (Christopher Chapman).
 
The situation had gone from bad to worse. Jason and Matt head back to the cells, trying to escape a vampire attack. Matt has been busy, preparing his cell for an event such as this. There’s only one problem: they’re trapped like dogs. 38 39By goingpostalpublishing@gmail.com (Christopher Chapman).
 
Lipsky Swamp prison is being invaded by people who don’t seem to feel pain. No matter what Warden Scott Yamry and the other Correctional Officers of the prison do, they keep coming. People are dying and nobody is safe. www.goingpostalpublishing.com 36 37By goingpostalpublishing@gmail.com (Christopher Chapman).
 
Warden Yamry’s plan has failed. He needs to send more prisoners in to retrieve the bodies. He doesn’t intend for them to ever come back. When he receives word that people are outside the prison, running into the electric fences, nightmares come to life before his eyes. www.goingpostalpublishing.comBy goingpostalpublishing@gmail.com (Christopher Chapman).
 
A corrections officer is missing. Jason knows it’s only a matter of time before they point the finger towards him. Once the body is found, the warden sends a group of prisoners into the prison to retrieve it. Rick Carlson is among that group and his life is in terrible danger. www.goingpostalpublishing.com…
 
After suffering a head injury due to the surprise of seeing somebody he shouldn’t have seen, Jason gets a surprise visit from a man telling him that he knows what happened to his parents.By goingpostalpublishing@gmail.com (Christopher Chapman).
 
Jason Rangle is in prison. He’s been there for nearly sixteen years. He has adapted to prison life, including learning tricks about how to survive in a prison where people die almost everyday. While in prison, Jason sees things that shouldn’t be there, all while an old man is watching him.By goingpostalpublishing@gmail.com (Christopher Chapman).
 
Jason Rangle thought that prison was supposed to be a certain way. He learns quickly that it can be far worse than anything he imagined. www.goingpostalpublishing.comBy goingpostalpublishing@gmail.com (Christopher Chapman).
 
The trial has arrived. Jason sits in a courtroom, watching as person after person talks about him, while he’s helpless to do anything about it. www.goingpostalpublishing.comBy goingpostalpublishing@gmail.com (Christopher Chapman).
 
Jason Rangle receives visitors while in jail. Later on, Chief of Police Thompson reflects on the entire case and gets a visitor of his own.By goingpostalpublishing@gmail.com (Christopher Chapman).
 
Jason Rangle spends his last day in Niagara, meeting his court-appointed attorney. Things don’t go well for him. With Jason out of town, Chief Randy Thompson focuses on his case, including the DNA results. Th results leave him with more questions than answers.By goingpostalpublishing@gmail.com (Christopher Chapman).
 
Jason learns that something has happened at the morgue, causing him to fear the worst and causing one cop to get in trouble from the Chief of Police.By goingpostalpublishing@gmail.com (Christopher Chapman).
 
Something bad happens at the morgue, causing a phone call to be made to Randy Thompson. It is the worst possible thing that could happen to Randy’s case and he’d unhappy about it.By goingpostalpublishing@gmail.com (Christopher Chapman).
 
Jason Rangle has some explaining to do as he in interrogated by Randy Thompson of the Niagara Police Department. Jason tries to explain what happened to his parents, but Randy doesn’t believe him.By goingpostalpublishing@gmail.com (Christopher Chapman).
 
Jason Rangle is escorted away from the scene by Brad Kallenbach while somebody--or something--watches from within the shadows.By goingpostalpublishing@gmail.com (Christopher Chapman).
 
Just when Chief of Police Randy Thompson thinks that his case has imploded on itself, he gets some relief in a blood-covered Jason Rangle.By goingpostalpublishing@gmail.com (Christopher Chapman).
 
Randy Thompson goes to the morgue, looking for answers. He gets more than he bargained for. Jason Rangle wakes up from his nap, only to realize that there’s somebody in the house--somebody who doesn’t belong.By goingpostalpublishing@gmail.com (Christopher Chapman).
 
Chief of Police Thompson continues his search for clues. Jason Rangle has an issue with his anger. It keeps getting the best of him, spiraling out of control. After his fight with Nathan Paulson, Jason has to deal with the wrath of his principal, then his father.By goingpostalpublishing@gmail.com (Christopher Chapman).
 
People are dead and a small town is faced with something that it doesn’t normally have to face. They’re not part of some big city. They’re a tiny town where murders don’t take place...or so they thought. Chief of Police Randy Thompson discovers a strange message written on the wall of the crime scene. Jason Rangle must deal with the craziness t ...…
 
Brian Normand can’t sleep. He decides to get up for a snack, only to find that something isn’t right. There’s an intruder in the house and he heard the scream of his wife. Chapters 1 and 2 of Incarceration by Christopher ChapmanBy goingpostalpublishing@gmail.com (Christopher Chapman).
 
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