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Harvard/CLUM Anti-Prohibition Conference
-- Volunteers Needed

In late May or early June (exact date to be announced shortly), the Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts and Harvard Law School will present "Crime, Drugs, Health & Prohibition: Unchaining the American Way of Life", a two day conference on drug policy and alternatives to current policy. Speakers will include experts from the medical and legal profession, law enforcement, and government.

In order to make as great an impact as possible with this event, CLUM has gathered many mailing lists of civic and politically minded organizations. Volunteers are urgently needed to help us type and/or scan these into digital format for use in generating labels. To volunteer, please contact Michael Weddle, at (617) 482-3170 ext. 313, or send email to [email protected]. If you are not in the area, we can mail material out to you, and you can return it by disk or email. In return for your help, we can offer you free admission to the conference, and/or a transcript of the conference when it comes out. The timetable for getting these lists typed up is three to four weeks.

As the details of the conference are firmed up and we get closer to the date, we will probably be looking for volunteers to help distribute press releases in areas outside Massacusetts. For the moment the chief need is for computer typists, however. Thanks in advance.

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