BRITNEY GRINER IS HOME WITH HER LOVED ONES WHILE HUNDREDS OF MEN & WOMEN ARE LOCKED UP IN FEDERAL PRISONS, AWAY FROM THEIR FAMILYS, FOR THE SAME CRIME. IF YOU WANT TO HELP, EMAIL THE PRESIDENT. SEARCH ON THE INTERNET FOR: CONTACT US, THE WHITE HOUSE & FOLLOW THE PROMPTS. I THANK YOU p free
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Students for Sensible Drug Policy https://ssdp.org/ This lady sent me cards birthday, Xmas many many over the years when I was locked up. They really made me feel like someone cared. Her name is Shell. Myself and many others will never forget her. We are replacing the disastrous war on drugs with policies rooted in evidence, compassion, and human rights. Our 5,000 active members, made up of young people and students, mobilize from 300 schools around the globe to make change from the campus to the United Nations. We do this work because the war on drugs is a war on us.