Drug-Free World Action Supports Atlanta during Super Bowl 53
As Atlanta, Georgia, grapples with a methamphetamine and opioid epidemic, Drug-Free World (DFW) brings in backup to reach half a million attending Super Bowl 53.
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Molly—A Drug That Sounds Innocent—Has Disastrous and Deadly Side Effects
Molly, a variety of the drug MDMA, also sometimes called Ecstasy, might help you party all night, but it also just might kill you.
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South Africa’s Police Stop Crime at Its Root
Training gives the South African Police Service a way to reduce drugs and crime in the nation by reaching youth before drugs do.
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Making Summer Safe for Portland Kids
DFW supports the North Precinct Police Bureau’s efforts to make Holladay Park safe.
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El Salvador on Its Way to Becoming a Drug-Free Nation
After 34 years in the El Salvador military, Colonel Hugo Angulo was looking for a new strategy in the war on drugs. He is turning the tide now with Drug-Free World.
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Drug-Free Bogotá Day Launches Second Year to Reach One Million Colombian Citizens
In 2019, Drug-Free World Colombia continues its campaign to bring the Truth About Drugs to the nation with the ultimate goal of a drug-free nation.
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The PTA Gets Help to Achieve Their Mission
The Parent Teacher Association is working to give children a brighter future and Drug-Free World is giving them a leg up.
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The Whole Truth About DMT
The effects of the world’s most powerful psychedelic—Dimethyltryptamine—DMT.
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Showing Malaysia What It Really Means to Be Straight Edge
Drug-Free World leader Khai Aziz and his punk band, Second Combat, are teaching youth that being drug-free is the best way to be a true rebel and lead happy lives.
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South Africa Raises Its Voice to Fight Violence Against Women and Children
It has been shown that the majority of violence against women and children is fueled by drugs, which is why Drug-Free World joined the 100 Men March in Pretoria, South Africa.
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Pro Athletes Lead the Way to be Drug-Free
Elite athletes are people youth listen to, and now they are using that power to encourage them to pledge to steer clear of drugs.
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Bikers Show Being Drug-Free is Cool
Motorcyclists converge in northern Italy for the first Say No to Drugs Motorbike Rally.
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Teaching India’s 1.3 Billion to Live Drug-Free
Drug-Free World India, launched in 2016, has quickly grown to a network of 31 groups across 19 Indian states, all with the purpose of educating India’s youth to lead drug-free lives.
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A June to Remember—Drug-Free World New York Shows Us How It Is Done
The Drug-Free World New York chapter takes June by storm with events across the city from the Puerto Rican Day Parade, to the United Nations, to a Heroes Awards Gala and more.
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10 Days To Say No To Drugs
DFW Belgium joins chapters in 24 countries to recognize the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking.
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Canada Day Parade Sends Out The Truth
Drug-Free World Canada joins Canada Day Parade to tell youth the truth about drugs.
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Colorado Breaks the Record for Overdose Fatalities… Again
Working to reverse the drug epidemic drug by reaching kids with the truth about drugs before they begin to abuse.
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Keeping Cyprus, the Island of Love, Free of Drugs
A musician and a national member of parliament join forces to stop growing drug abuse where more than 2 million tourists annually bring not only revenue to Cyprus, but drugs.
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Mexico State Teachers Empowered with Tools to Teach the Truth About Drugs
The Truth About Drugs curriculum is taught to 3,000 teachers across Mexico State, who put it to immediate use to give their students the tools to live drug free.
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Helping Youth Steer Straight
Michael DeLeon and his Steered Straight team travel the US teaching youth the truth about drugs to give them a brighter future.
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