Take Action: Support Clemency for Prisoners of War on Drugs

Rev. Katherine B. Ray Clemency, Take Action

Reduce mandatory minimums

When President Obama granted clemency to 46 prisoners in July, it was the largest presidential pardon since the 1960s.  Still, many more Americans remain incarcerated for nonviolent drug crimes.  The Fair Sentencing Act, which reduced drug sentencing disparities, does not help those already incarcerated.  The Drug Policy Alliance is mobilizing supporters to reach out to President Obama to advocate on behalf of these individuals.

Contact President Obama today to use his power of clemency to free more prisoners of the Drug War.

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A Protestant Perspective on Drug Policy Reform

Rev. Alexander E. Sharp Protestant Perspectives

“Clergy for a New Drug Policy” seeks to mobilize clergy across faiths in opposition to the War on Drugs, and in support of responses to drug use as a health issue, not a criminal one.  Project staff bring a Christian perspective to this project. Here the Rev. Alexander E. Sharp, Executive Director, presents a Protestant Christian view.

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