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BEYOND PROHIBITION History, harms and alternatives to the war on drugs Public Forum on Wed Feb 8 7-9pm at Carnegie Theatre in Vancouver Downtown Eastside (DTES)

BEYOND PROHIBITION

History, harms and alternatives to the war on drugs

A free public forum and panel discussion

Wed Feb 8

7- 9pm

Carnegie Theatre (401 Main St – Vancouver, Canada)

PANEL: Lorna Bird (WAHRS), Patti Ellertson (VANDU), Bud Osborn (DTES Poet), Susan Boyd (End Prohibition Project), Mark Haden (VCH drug educator)

FACILITATORS: Hugh Lampkin (VANDU), Ann Livingston (DNC)

HOSTED BY: Western Aboriginal Harm Reduction Society (WAHRS),

Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users (VANDU), DTES Neighbourhood Council (DNC), Carnegie Community Centre Association (CCCA), Canadian Drug Policy Coalition, End Prohibition Project.

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