Drug Policy Alliance: Susan Sarandon Looking to “Blaze One,” The Best “El Chapo” Memes and Tweets, and The Dead Say Fare Thee Well

Summary: The Drug Policy Alliance (DPA) highlights MAPS for improving public awareness about psychedelic research, education, and harm reduction by creating a photo archive with attendees of the Grateful Dead 50th Anniversary Shows in Santa Clara and Chicago.

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Grateful Dead: Fares Thee Well with Advocacy

Earlier this month the original living members of the Grateful Dead celebrated 50 years of music with final performances in Chicago, entitled: Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Years of Grateful Dead. If you weren’t one of the lucky ones to score a ticket, then like most, you streamed, or rather, “couch toured” the shows for your last stroll down “Shakedown Street.”

The swan song shows were epic, but especially heartening was seeing DPA partner MAPS on the ground honoring the Grateful Dead community and expanding awareness for psychedelics and reform through this amazing photo project advocating for research, education and harm reduction.