This week on Century: Canada’s chief public health officer, Doctor Theresa
Tam, on decriminalization of drugs; Professor Edwin Lindo, JD, on police
brutality; and Professor Lisa Puglisi, MD, on prisons and Covid.
This week on Century: Daniel Pryor, Head of Programs at the Adam Smith
Institute, on What Does An Effective Drug Policy Look Like? Plus an interview
with Haven Wheelock, a harm reduction worker who coordinates the syringe
services program at the Portland area nonprofit Outs...
This week on Century we speak with Dr. Zian Tseng, professor of medicine at
the University of California at San Francisco Medical School, about his new
article, entitled “Occult Overdose Masquerading as Sudden Cardiac Death:
From the Postmortem Systematic InvesTigation of ...
This week on Century, Dr. Thomas Pietschmann with the UN Office on Drugs and
Crime tells us about the UN’s 2020 World Drug Report. He was part of a
webinar hosted recently by the Vienna Nongovernmental Organizing Committee.
This week on Century, we hear portions of a webinar organized by the Fortune
Society on “Brutality Behind Bars: Accountability for Corrections Officers,
Too," featuring Jai Diamond, New York City Criminal Justice Agency;
Assemblyman David Weprin, Chair of the New York State...
This week on Century: Sanho Tree, director of the Drug Policy Project at the
Institute for Policy Studies, talks about “COVID, Modernity, Lifeways &
Drug Use.” His talk was part of an IPS webinar series entitled
“Progressive Politics and the Time of Pandemic" and comes to u...
Transform Drug Policy Foundation and Anyone’s Child recently held a webinar
entitled “Take Drugs Seriously.” We hear from two of the panelists:
Anne-Marie Cockburn, one of the founders of Anyone’s Child; and Johann
Hari, author of the bestseller Chasing the Scream: The Sear...
This is an honest self reflection and it was such an honor for me to talk
with Harrison, Becky, April and Abigail. We live in a world where we are
taught to be perfect, taught to say we are ok when we are not, taught to
never let them see you sweat and taught to be strong ...
On this edition of Free Culture Radio we speak with Haven Wheelock, syringe
services coordinator for Outside In and one of the chief petitioners for
Oregon Ballot Measure 110, about harm reduction, overdose prevention, and
decriminalizing people who use drugs; and we hear U...
Stuart Schrader stops by the podcast to discuss his book, "Badges Without
Borders: How Global Counterinsurgency Transformed American Policing", along
with the recent protests against police brutality, the massive changes in
policing that came out of the fight for civil righ...