Society & Culture
Meet Jim Hardy, a resident of Brevard, North Carolina, and organizer of a four-part series on the so-called "War on Drugs." In this podcast, Hardy discusses the reasons why the War on Drugs should be radically and urgently reconsidered. According to Hardy, the War on Drugs has "turned criminals into millionaires [and billionaires], and sick people into criminals. In a nutshell, that's America's War on Drugs." Hardy's four-part series covers the following topics:
Session 1: Everything you Think you Know about Addiction is Wrong.
Session 2: The Tragedy and Damage of the War on Drugs.
Session 3: Enlightened, Compassionate, Accessible Treatment for Opiod Addiction.
Session 4: Into the Light: Local Sources of Hope and Compassionate Support and Healing for Those Dealing with Drug Abuse and Addiction.
This podcast discusses the history of the War on Drugs and the need to advocate for a new approach. The following experts and resources are referred to in the podcast, all of which can be found on YouTube:
The House I Live In, an award-winning documentary by Eugene Jarecki.
Everything You Think you Know about Addiction is Wrong, a Ted Talk by Johann Hari.
What is Addiction?, a YouTube Video by Gabor Maté.
Addiction and Trust, a YouTube Video by Marc Lewis.
The Biology of Desire, a YouTube Video by Marc Lewis.
Addiction in the Age of Brain Science, a YouTube Video by Dr. Marcus Heilig.
Drug Addiction is a Learning Disorder, a YouTube Video by Maia Szalavitz.
Addiction 101, a YouTube Video by Raj Mehta.
After hearing this podcast, please consider inviting Jim Hardy to speak to your organization, house of worship or business! Reach Jim at JH2@Comporium.net, or by calling 828-862-6969.
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