Date: 26 April 2016
This article was published by Thump in April 2016. The article provides a thought provoking account of the different installations featured in the 'Museum of Drug Policy'.
The different installations were created by artists who had lost parents to an overdose or people who had spent time in prison for drug offences. The article conveys a message stating that current drug policy is a failure, and that the international community needs to approach the issue differently to avoid fates such as the ones that were displayed in the museum.
Read the article here.
Citation: Greg Scruggs, 'Inside the Thought-Provoking Museum Protesting the War on Drugs' (2016), Thump (Vice Media LLC)
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