Media + Culture

    New York Times Breonna Taylor Piece Embraces Drug-War Narratives

    Remarkably, a recent 6,000-word New York Times investigative article about Breonna Taylor doesn’t mention ...

    Pleasure, Delayed: This Juneteenth Should Include Freedom to Use Drugs

    This year, Juneteenth is taking its rightful place as a more meaningful celebration of ...

    The Paradox of an “Evidence-Based” Anti-Drug Media Campaign

    The push for evidence-based drug policy is clashing head-on with a drug war rooted ...

    “The Waterboarding of Drugs!”—Hasan Minhaj Blasts “Rigged” Marijuana Industry

    If the marijuana industry is consolidating among large corporations, while Black and Brown people ...

    “The Great” Offers a Window Into a Non-Temperance Way of Being

    Netflix is currently screening The Great, a 10-part series portraying the improbable, nay astounding, ...

    Anti-Vaping Zealots Find Opportunity in the Pandemic

    “We have to seize this moment,” said Laurie Rubiner, executive vice president of the ...

    The Real Harms of Abusive, Stigmatizing Language in Addiction Treatment

    Ironically, the conversation that spurred a peer-support specialist at a buprenorphine program to yell ...