TELL THE PUBLIC DRUG USERS DID NOT CAUSE 9/11 (posted 7 Sep 03)
The primary activity of DPFT members in North Texas is giving talks about the need for drug policy reform. We have spoken to numerous service organizations, such as Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs, college classes, church groups and Mensa meetings. If you would like to have a speakers’ bureau packet, please contact <Suzy at dpft.org>.
We do not have regular meetings. We meet when an interesting speaker is available or when we need to plan an activity. To discuss meetings or action items contact <Bob at dpft.org>.
We have four books available as premiums for contributions:
Why Our Drug Laws Have Failed and What We Can Do About It, by Judge James P. Gray, $15.
Drug Crazy: How We Got Into This Mess and How We Can Get Out, by Mike Gray, $10.
Marijuana Myths, Marijuana Facts, by Lynn Zimmer, Ph.D. and John P. Morgan, M.D., $10.
Shattered Lives: Portraits From America’s Drug War, by Mikki Norris, Chris Conrad and Virginia Resner, $15.
Contact <Suzy at dpft.org>.
Howard Wooldridge -- Retired police officer. Special interest in the erosion of the 4th Amendment. Howard has visited one of the heroin maintenance clinics in Switzerland.
Suzanne Wills -- Retired CPA. Treasurer of DPFT. Coordinator of the North Texas speaker s’ bureau. Drug policy chair for the Dallas Chapter of the League of Women Voters. Special interest in the economic aspects of the drug war. <Suzy at dpft.org>.
Bob Ramsey -- Charter member of DPFT. Drug war historian. Special interest in the racial aspects of the drug war. <Bob at dpft.org>
Rod Pirtle -- Retired school administrator. President-elect of Park Cities Rotary Club. Special interest in the effects of the drug war on children and teenagers. <R.Pirtle at dpft.org>
Larry Nickerson -- Active member of the Libertarian Party. Special interest in the intrusion of the government into our personal lives. <LNickers at dpft.org>
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