WARRIORS

  • LOST FREEDOM
    LOST FREEDOM
    Over two million people are incarcerated in the United States, many for drug crimes, with thousands serving life sentences with no possibility of parole...
  • LOST LIVES
    LOST LIVES
    Thousands of people are seriously injured, maimed, or killed as a result of the Drug War every year...
  • LOST PROPERTY
    LOST PROPERTY
    Thousands of people lose their homes, cars or other property as a result of the War on Drugs every year..
  • LOST JOBS
    LOST JOBS
    Thousands of people lose their jobs or must abandon careers because of the Drug War every year...
  • LOST FAMILIES
    LOST FAMILIES
    The "collateral" suffering of friends, partners, spouses, mothers, fathers, daughters, and sons...
  • LOST EDUCATIONS
    LOST EDUCATIONS
    200,000 students in the United States have lost the ability to get educational assistance because of the Drug War...
  • DRUG WAR WARRIORS
    DRUG WAR WARRIORS
    People and organizations fighting to end the Drug War

There is hope!  Tens of thousands of people are fighting to end the War on Drugs.  These are the stories of some of the individuals and organizations dedicated to ending the Drug War.

beth curtis - life for pot

Life for Pot – Beth Curtis

Beth Curtis’s brother, John Knock, is serving a life sentence for a marijuana conspiracy conviction.  Beth has made it her mission to free him and the thousands of other marijuana prisoners.

Mark Osler – Clemency Attorney

Mark Osler, a former federal prosecutor, is now a leading advocate for justice and clemency.

Amy Povah – CAN DO

Amy Povah, a former federal prisoner sentenced to 24 years for conspiracy in her husband’s international ecstasy manufacturing and distribution business –  for taking money from the drug enterprise in an unsuccessful effort to get her then husband bailed out of prison…