It is estimated that Afghanistan produces up to 85% of the world’s opium and heroin. With that in mind, today we take a close look at the global drug trade, its connections to Afghan state formation, and the role of the United States’ military presence and imperial project. Our guest is James Tharin Bradford, author […]
Here’s a description of the program from the host, Jake Niesen. Problem: Getting people into long-term recovery • Our voices as people in recovery aren’t being heard in the community enough So much in the treatment community is focused on degrees and certificates and it can limit the voices from people in recovery with real-life […]
Friday host Jonathan Zarov speaks with lawyer and activist Lisa Sangoi, who specializes in criminal and child welfare in the justice system, about the case of Tamara Loertscher and Wisconsin’s 1997 Act 292. The “Cocaine Mom Law,” as it’s more commonly known, lets the state detain pregnant women suspected of drug or alcohol abuse. Lisa […]
Wisconsin’s drug courts serve an alternative to prison. Buzz host Brian Standing is joined by Taylor Chase to discuss how to diversify the member participation in these drug courts.
On Friday February 24th, our host Esty Dinur was joined by neuroscientist Carl Hart to discuss his book “High Price” on his self discovery and the issues of drugs in society.