Tag: 2016


Recapping the 2016 Pacific Regional Conference

Written by Guest Blogger Lauren Mendelsohn On October 15, 2016, students, alumni, and members of the community from across the Pacific Region gathered in Santa Cruz, California for SSDP’s third regional conference of the year. Over 50 people attended the successful event on Saturday, October 15 at UC Santa Cruz for a day of educational programming on psychedelics, cannabis reform

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Announcing SSDP’s 2016-17 Organizational Objectives

Each year, the Students for Sensible Drug Policy board, staff, and select students and alumni come together for an in-person “Strategy Summit.” A couple of weeks ago, we gathered in Berkeley, CA to discuss the activities and direction of the organization and came to conclusions on our plan for the upcoming year. This plan is finalized as our 2016-2017 SSDP Organizational

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SSDP Campaign Toolkits 2016

It’s 2016! With the arrival of the new year, Students for Sensible Drug Policy is excited to share with you four brand new campaign toolkits – all can be found on the Campaign Toolkits page. Psychedelic (Entheogenic) Legalization Toolkit This year, millions of people will use psychedelics for the first time, with little to no information about harm reduction, and

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Thanks to you, the Campus Campaign is launching in June

It’s late, but we wanted to let you know right away, because: WOW! The SSDP family really came through on this one. Thanks to you, a committed donor from California will be matching the first $50,000 you gave to support the 2015-2016 Campus Campaign! That means we’re launching our wildly successful Campus Campaign in June when we hire the first Campus Coordinator to expand

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SSDP's Campus Campaign

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

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