On Wednesday, March 8, 2008 the Goldfarb Center, in collaboration with Professor Leon Arredondo’s anthropology class, presents speakers Richard Van Wickler and Maria Clemencia Ramirez speak on U.S. drug policy at home and abroad. Richard Van Wickler is the superintendent of the department of corrections in Cheshire County, New Hampshire, as well as a member of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition. Maria Clemencia Ramirez is a professor of anthropology at the Columbian Institute of Anthropology and History. Ramirez speaks on the impact of U.S. drug policy on foreign countries, specifically Columbia, and its citizens. Van Wickler speaks on domestic drug policy.


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