The drug war, covered by drug users as war correspondents. Crackdown is a monthly podcast about drugs, drug policy and the drug war led by drug user activists and supported by research. Each episode will tell the story of a community fighting for their lives. It’s also about solutions, justice for those we have lost, and saving lives.
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Rightwing politicians and media pundits want us to fear safe supply and harm reduction. They say these interventions are putting children and families in danger, when we know the opposite is true. more
Across the country, politicians and the media are fearmongering about children’s safety. They’re using a faux concern about families to attack harm reduction and the drug user movement. And their rhetoric is rolling back life-saving, public health re... more
Toxic drug deaths continue to break records in BC. We need an immediate expansion on all harm reduction initiatives. More than anything, we need a real safe supply. more
I’ve started this podcast from the beginning and highly recommend it to anyone who wants to understand the effects of Canada’s drug policies, how they and the housing crisis affect the marginalized, what is needed. If you want to hear voices you never normally hear, voices you should hear, this is a great place to start.
As a person that has dealt with many people in my life with addiction this podcast brings me so much joy, and has helped heal my misconceptions, stigmas and general knowledge of drugs and how work. Why people do what they do and how to give them grace, love, support, and help. So good
I love this podcast! I wonder why Dr. Carl Hart hasn’t come on, I’d be interested to hear that discussion. Keep up the good work guys!
I found this podcast in 2023, 4 years after it started, and have been listening in chronological order. It is simply fantastic, in a handful of episodes I gained so much knowledge on the policies to push for and first hand experiences of drug users, and my mindset shifted on many things. The quality of journalism is extremely high, with a perfect balance of centering the voices of drug users, while also exploring scientific research on the topic, talking with police and policymakers both in Cana... more
This is one of the best and most educational podcasts I’ve listened to. Garth at the helm is a standout but I know the rest of the team are also invaluable. I think every conservative politician and police officer should have to listen to this podcast and it should be required listening for high school students. I’m only on episode 12 and I’m hooked. Thank you!
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Crackdown launched 5 years ago and published 51 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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