Want to learn more about the history of the NADA protocol?
Don’t miss the upcoming screening of The People’s Detox by Jenna Bliss this Monday, August 17th. Available August 17-19th. Join the watch party.
“The People’s Detox explores the history of a revolutionary drug clinic that transformed contemporary notions of “health” and “care.” In November 1970, local heroin addicts, revolutionary health organizations, the Young Lords, and members of the Black Panther Party collectively organized to occupy the Lincoln Hospital in the South Bronx. The newly radicalized clinic examined global politics vis-à-vis the influx of heroin into urban centers, and proposed new treatments, such as acupuncture to replace established, economically incentivized protocols. An essential, deeply humane documentary detailing a transformative collective endeavor.”
Unfortunately, the screening is only available in the United States at this time. Also note, to view the film you will have to sign-up for a free trial, which can then be cancelled. Learn more.