Ph.D. student in Laser-Plasma Physics, University of Toronto
Science, Technology, the Environment, Climate Change, Drug Policy, Progressivism
I have been a devoted member of Students for Sensible Drug Policy since my freshman year in undergrad. SSDP is an organization dedicated to minimizing the effects of drug abuse on American communities with a specific focus on campus-related issues. However, SSDP also acknowledges the failure of the War on Drugs in reducing drug abuse among Americans and its great success in turning America into a police state with the world's largest (officially counted) prison population--higher than that of the Soviet Union at the height of Stalin's reign. Visit http://ssdp.org/about/ to learn more.
Since moving to Canada for my graduate studies, I have moved into SSDP's sister organization Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy.
30-60 minutes a day
90 minutes a day or more
Less than $25K
Sep 11, 2011 - 10:41 AM PDT
Apr 26, 2011 - 6:26 PM PDT