Oct 16, 2021
In this interview, Stanton Peele discusses his memoir, "A Scientific Life on the Edge: My Lonely Quest to Change How We See Addiction."
More importantly, Peele recounts his life story, both in this interview and in his memoir. Beginning with his General Theory of Addiction that he put forth in his 1975 book "Love and...
Aug 18, 2021
Today's guest is Shaun Shelly -- back for a second conversation.
We discuss the so-called "Opioid Crisis", why that concept needs to be re-framed, and how we can go about doing so.
**More about Shaun: Shaun is dedicated to the understanding of drug use, the rights of people who use drugs, and effective drug policy. He...
Aug 17, 2021
Zach Rhoads speaks with Maia Szalavitz about her new book, "Undoing Drugs", which traces the history of Harm Reduction from the movement's genesis to the way it affects mainstream thoughts, beliefs, policies, and behavior.
Jul 6, 2021
Dr. Erec Smith is a professor of rhetoric and composition at York College and former Chair of the York YWCA Racial and Social Justice Committee.
Today, he and I talk about racism in America, and what he believes are the best ways to make this country a fair, diverse, and thriving one. Smith appreciates much of the...
Jul 5, 2021
Todd is a documentary film maker and his most recent film, "The Last Stop" is today's conversation topic.
The Last Stop is a film about the Élan School, which was a controversial school / treatment facility for so-called juvenile delinquents which existed in the deep woods of Maine.
That’s ExisTED, past-tense,...