We’re proud to share with you the 2014-2015 Students for Sensible Drug Policy Annual Report.This 48-page document showcases some of our accomplishments, media highlights, numbers, campaigns, chapters, events, financial information, and more from the past program year (July 1, 2014-June 30, 2015).
As 2014 comes to a close, Students for Sensible Drug Policy reflects on our top 14 highlights of the year: 1. Increasing impacts before, and after, elections 2014 was a big year for marijuana policy reform. Voters in Alaska, Oregon, and the District of Columbia voted to legalize marijuana in a manner similar to alcohol. With a modest investment in
Update 12/29/14: An anonymous donor from California is so excited about the Campus Campaign that they pledged to match every dollar raised for the 2015-2016 campaign, up to $50,000! Make your gift online today to double your impact and support the Campus Campaign! In the fall of 2014, Students for Sensible Drug Policy began testing a new method to grow our
We’re proud to share with you the 2013-2014 Students for Sensible Drug Policy Annual Report. This 44-page document showcases some of our accomplishments, media highlights, numbers, campaigns, chapters, events, financial information, and more from the past program year (June 2013-June 2014).
As promised, we’ve compiled a page of resources for you to help you follow up on, revisit, share, and take action on some of the ideas discussed at the conference. Here you’ll find links to documents, presentations, videos, photos, audio, speaker contact information, and other resources from #SSDP2014. Conference feedback Please take two minutes to share your feedback! We really cannot emphasize
Thursday, September 25th Reception: 6:30 – 8:00pm | Screening: 8:00pm Artisphere: 1101 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22209 An evening featuring today’s most astounding digital animation by visionary artists and a VIP reception to match Benefiting Grown by Curated by Produced by Please join us for a first-of-its-kind signature event for Students for Sensible Drug Policy! Thursday, September 25thArtisphere: 1101 Wilson
I hope you’re as excited as we are for this month’s Students for Sensible Drug Policy Conference + Lobby Day! Online registration will close this Friday 9/12 at 11:59pm EST, so register here today. In case you missed it, last week we announced our keynote speakers: Troy Dayton, CEO, ArcView Group Rob Kampia, Executive Director, Marijuana Policy Project Neill Franklin,
Daniel Jabbour, an SSDP all-star alumnus, passed away in April of this year. To honor and remember him, SSDP created this scholarship fund to send an outstanding activist to the 2014 Students for Sensible Drug Policy Conference and Lobby Day. Daniel’s driving passions in drug policy reform were psychedelics and harm reduction, leading him to found the Psychedelic Society of San Francisco.
The One Hitters is a co-ed, DC-based recreational softball team in the Congressional Softball League. Sponsored by Mountain Medicine, the team comprises players who work for or support marijuana and other drug policy reform through organizations such as Students for Sensible Drug Policy, the Marijuana Policy Project, and Americans for Safe Access, among others. Founded around 2002, the One Hitters has
Even though we do everything we can to keep costs down for the 2014 Students for Sensible Drug Policy Conference and Lobby Day, we realize that $60 for students and $90 for alumni is still a lot of money for most young people. This year we’re able to provide the option to pay for your SSDP2014 registration in monthly installments over