The U.S. led international war on drugs has failed. Rather than keep our communities safe and healthy, 50 years of drug war has hurt them, hitting the poor, people of color, and immigrants hardest.
Please join a panel of remarkable experts and social movement leaders from Colombia, Honduras, Mexico, the U.S. and Canada. for Part 2: “Ending the Drug War – An International Challenge.”
We will talk about the deadly impact of the drug war on their countries and well as new initiatives and headway toward genuine national and human security.
All of our speakers were supported and participated in the 2016 Caravan for Peace, Life, and Justice that carried the message of drug policy transformation from Honduras to the United Nations General Assembly Special Session on Drugs in NYC.
-Donald Mcpherson from the Canadian Drug Policy Coalition on national reform models
-Zara Snapp from Instituto RIA on drug policy options for new Mexican government
-Miguel Villegas from Reverdeser Colectivo (Mexico) on a new regional paradigm
-Alex Sierra on the status of drug policy reform/peace process in Colombia
– Laura Carlsen from the Americas Program on U.S. Military Policy & the new Mexican government.