Intersections + Injustice

    “Organizing Through Pain”—Harm Reduction Leaders Address Race and Structural Violence

    A panel session titled “Organizing Through Pain and Policy: Multiracial Organizing in the Opioid ...

    US Support for Death Penalty Hits All-Time Low

    The percentage of Americans who believe in that the death penalty is applied fairly ...

    Why Drug Dealers Are the Wrong People to Blame for the Overdose Crisis

    Tyrique Wise was working at his self-owned painting and pressure washing business in Southern ...

    Cannabis Conviction? The First Ever National Expungement Week Begins

    Expungement is going national. The process of having prior cannabis convictions wiped—and beginning to ...

    The Harm Reduction Movement: Bigger Than Ever, But Facing Threats

    If numbers gauge the health of a movement, this one is flourishing. Two thousand ...

    Pennsylvania DOC to Pilot Injectable Buprenorphine for Detoxing Prisoners

    The Pennsylvania Department of Corrections is moving to reduce Suboxone diversion in its prisons ...

    Does “Community Policing” Reduce Harms or Enable More of the Same?

    Oluwadurotimi Oyebola, 16, was enjoying a warm day after school in Brownsville, Brooklyn on ...