Stop Ignoring Black Drug Policy Reformers (Filter Mag)

Last year, Filter Magazine published an article about the lack of Black representation in the Drug Policy [...]

Black Harm Reduction Today

A recent paper entitled “We know the streets:” race, place, and the politics of harm reduction" found: [...]

It Takes Courage

It Takes Courage is an initiative of ACCHO (African Caribbean Council on HIV/AIDS in Ontario) that launched [...]

BlackCAP on Black Harm Reduction

The Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention (BlackCAP) is a Toronto-based AIDS Service Organization serving Black communities and [...]

The increased risk of HIV for people experiencing incarceration

Black people are over represented in prison populations in Canada in part due to drug prohibition laws [...]

Ontario Human Rights Commission: Black people bear a disproportionate burden of law enforcement

The outcome of drug prohibition and criminalization has disproportionately impacted Black communities in Canada. A recent Ontario [...]

Watch: The War on Drugs is Racist to the Core (Vice)

From Vice: In the US, African-Americans are incarcerated at five times the rate of white people – [...]

Racism and Canadian Drug Policy (Harm Reduction TO)

Much of the information available online about the War on Drugs and it's disproportionate impact on Black [...]

Paula Santiago: A Harm Reduction Trailblazer (Drug Policy Alliance)

Writing for the Drug Policy Alliance's blog in 2016, policy associate Kristen May writes on the legacy [...]

Racially Coded Language Hurts Everyone who Struggles with Addiction (Drug Policy Alliance)

In 2014, the New York Times ran an article titled Addicted on Staten Island which stated, among [...]
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