Every plant starts as a seed. And many leaders of the drug policy reform movement and medical cannabis community started as young activists.
Students for Sensible Drug Policy‘s national staff tends to a garden of brand new activists who go on to play influential roles in bringing about reform. In many cases, the cultivation of their advocacy begins at SSDP’s annual international conference. This year’s conference will be the first to take place in San Francisco since SSDP’s birth in 1998.
Richard Wolfe, a true believer in the power of young people to change the world, has generously opened his stunning home to us for a dinner party that will benefit SSDP’s conference scholarship fund, which helps students afford the trip to San Francisco. Will you join SSDP’s national staff (Micah, Amber, Jon, and Stacia) at Richard’s house at 1216 Folsom St, San Francisco on Saturday, December 5th?
Tickets are $75 in advance ($100 the week of) and include a dinner buffet and an open bar. Doors open at 7pm, dinner is served at 8, and music starts at 10. The party ends at 1:30am.
Students who are members of an SSDP chapter can purchase tickets for only $10!
Capacity is limited, so please purchase your tickets in advance. See you there!
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