DRCNet Activist Guide 8/94


The ACLU's Free Reading Room is open 24 hours a day, free of charge.
Gopher or ftp to aclu.org; for more info e-mail [email protected].

Chicago: Join the H.E.M.P. BBS! Free access to first time callers, no membership fees, free internet e-mail and newsgroup access, online library of hemp-related articles.

Data Number: (312) 868-1681
SysOp Name: Sean Gum
Speed: 300-v32bis
Internet Address: hbbs.mcs.com
VirtualNet Address: @1312001

Forfeiture Info: Modem into F.E.A.R.'s BBS in California to download or upload forfeiture information. Dial into the Mountain Mist BBS at (408) 353-4866 and log onto the forfeiture conference. F.E.A.R. can be e-mailed at either [email protected] or [email protected].

The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) now makes its newsletters available online, on the World Wide Web at http://www.maps.org and via anonymous ftp from ftp.bonnell.com/pub/maps. They can be found in the directory ~ftp/pub/maps and are archived by issue, in Unix compressed, tar format. The newsletter articles are in plain text form. E-mail to [email protected] for updates to this information.

The NORML national office can send you action requests, press releases, and weekly news summaries by e-mail.
Contact [email protected] to be added to NORML's mailing list.

The BBS News BBS in Alabama is home to the Word Drug Policy Conference and the Shared File Database (SHAD). SHAD is an online database of drug policy articles and references, which you can access and contribute to through BBS News; NORML and DRCNet announcements are also online.
Dial in at (205) 567- 9310; for more information e-mail [email protected].

The U-Mass Amherst Cannabis Reform Coalition (UMACRC) has an extensive online library; for more information send e-mail to [email protected] with the pattern {{{readme}}} in the subject line.

You're invited to join DRCTalk, DRCNet's online strategy forum.
To subscribe, send e-mail to [email protected] with the text "subscribe drctalk your name" in the body of the message.

For more information e-mail [email protected].

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