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Activism: The War on Some Drugs

"Penalties against possession of a drug should not be more damaging to an individual that the use of the drug itself."
-- President Jimmy Carter, 2-August-1977
* Center for Cognitive Liberty & Ethics (CCLE)
a nonprofit education, law, and policy center working in the public interest to foster freedom of thought
* Common Sense for Drug Policy
a non-profit organization dedicated to expanding discussion on drug policy.
See also their comprehensive Drug War Facts booklet.
* Cures not Wars
links to useful information on medical marijuana, ibogaine, and other medicines typically misrepresented by our media/government
* Drug Law Reform Groups (Liberty Activists' List) (1996)
old, but still useful: over 300 organizations which support drug law reform
a California Political Action Committee which seeks an end to the Drug War through lobbying, activism, and general public education.
* Drug Policy Alliance (formerly the Lindesmith Center)
the largest collection of full-text materials on drugs and drug policy, latest news headlines, discussion forums to share insights and ideas with other drug policy reform activists, tools and suggestions for 'taking action' on this issue, sign-up forms for e-mail alert lists, and other membership services.
* DRCNet
the drug reform coordination network
DrugSense and MAP (the Media Awareness Project, exist to provide accurate information relevant to drug policy in order to heighten awareness of the extreme damage being caused to our nation and the world by our current flawed and failed "War on Drugs."
* Families Against Mandatory Minimums (FAMM)
a national organization of citizens working to reform federal and state mandatory sentencing laws that remove judicial discretion
* Harm Reduction Coalition
committed to reducing drug-related harm among individuals and communities by initiating and promoting local, regional, and national harm reduction education, interventions, and community organizing
* The Lycaeum
"The World's Largest Entheogenic Library and Community"
* Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) develop and promote policies to minimize the harm associated with marijuana
* National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML)
working to reform marijuana laws
* November Coalition
a grassroots organization dedicated to educating the public about the destructive increase in the prison population in the United States and the steady erosion of our civil rights and freedoms by the federal government
a place for information on the legalization of marijuana as well as other drugs, and a place for discussions to be held on this topic.
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