The Open Society Insitute–Baltimore will host a discussion on the historical tensions between drug policy advocates and communities of color, which have carried the heaviest burden in both health consequences and punitive criminal justice responses to drug use. We will talk about the existing harm reduction practices in communities of color and how the history of resistance to policies like syringe exchange, heroin maintenance programs, free testing of drugs, and safe injection facilities harms communities most impacted by drug use.

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