Biography/Memoir

Decriminalize Nature (DN) and Students For Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) create a community healing alliance

Both of these organizations have a longstanding history with drug advocacy, and this collaboration will no doubt strengthen the cause.

Both DN and SSDP have accomplished many things over the years. DN is newer to the advocacy scene, having been founded in Oakland in 2019, but its efforts have grown rapidly and there are chapters in over 50 cities in the U.S. Over these last few years, the organization has helped decriminalize entheogens in 14 cities. SSDP on the other hand was founded in 1998, which now includes thousands of youth members and over 100 chapters throughout the U.S. The organization seeks to empower new generations to not only learn about and participate in politics, but to embolden their advocacy by fighting against causes that might harm other students or youth members in general.

Original Article (High Times):
Decriminalize Nature (DN) and Students For Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) create a community healing alliance
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