Create, Inform, Repeat
Ultimately, our aim is to end the unwarranted war against our people. Through Art, Music, and awareness campaigns we aim to inform users and potential users about the ups and downs that are associated with drug use. Not all 'Drugs' are bad, but they also aren't all good. Education and support are the key drivers toward reducing harm against those misled by their peers or institutional propaganda.
We foster culture and support
The war on drugs has been an abject failure. Our efforts will keep young folks out of the relenteless prison system of oppression and raise money and awareness to help release non-violent drug 'offenders' from bondage.
Actively fighting against drug prohibition directly takes the power away from cartels, gangs, and politicians that wish to see themselves prosper at the expense of our people's lives and liberty.
Sunglasses at night and all that.
Taking care of numbers like nobody's business.
Look left, no package look right, package has arrived.
"The prison-industrial complex and the military-industrial complex are here with us and are multi-billion dollar enterprises. We can make more money off the kid in Compton if he's a criminal instead of a scholar. It's business.
Henry Rollins, American musician, Black Flag
"Prisons do not disappear social problems, they disappear human beings. Homelessness, unemployment, drug addiction, mental illness, and illiteracy are only a few of the problems that disappear from public view when the human beings contending with them are relegated to cages.."
Angela Davis, Revolutionary, Political Activist.
"There is no question that the war on drugs has been a failure"
Bernie Sanders, American Politician, Political Activist
"There has never been a 'war on drugs'! In our history we can only see an ongoing conflict amongst various drug users – and producers."
Sebastian Marincolo, Author