The Red Bank Humanists (RBH) will host a forum with Meagan Glaser, New Jersey deputy state director for the Drug Policy Alliance (DPA), titled “No More Drug War: Harmful Drug Policies in New Jersey and How We Can Reform Them.” The event will be held Dec. 13 from 10:30 a.m. to noon at the Red Bank Charter School, 58 Oakland St. The program is open to the public and admission is free.
Glaser’s talk will discuss:
how our state’s ineffective and counterproductive drug policies have increased the harms related to drug use and wasted taxpayer money;
how the Drug Policy Alliance advocates for effective drug policies based on science, compassion, health and human rights; and
how the DPA is working on several advocacy campaigns in New Jersey.
Glaser is a magna cum laude graduate of The College of New Jersey, where she received a bachelor of arts degree in political science, with minors in law and philosophy, and women’s and gender studies. Glaser completed a master’s degree in public affairs and politics at the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University. While pursuing her graduate studies, Glaser was awarded a Governor’s Executive Fellowship from the Eagleton Institute of Politics. Through this fellowship, Glaser studied at the Institute and worked in New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine’s Intergovernmental Affairs Office.
The Red Bank Humanists is a nonprofit organization dedicated to Secular Humanism. The goal of Red Bank Humanists is to cultivate rational inquiry, ethical values and human development in Monmouth and Ocean Counties. More information about Humanism and RBH events is available at www.redbankhumanists.org
At the December forum, the Red Bank Humanists will be collecting supplies for HABcore, Inc. See the RBH website for details.