Today’s news from the #Gloucester Police Department is the kind of positive change that we have worked hard to advocate for. Building trusting relationships with people who use #drugs inside of a #publichealth framework (rather than criminal one) just makes sense. It also happens to be supported by good data and hard working people like our friends at the #HarmReduction Coalition. Last week they shared a video we produced on their behalf with the #UnitedNations in New York City that ended in a round of applause. We’ve been pleased to help tell this story. There’s nothing more encouraging that seeing actual, tangible, positive change come about as a result of this week. Hat’s off to all our friends in harm reduction and to everyone who believes that a better future is possible. See more of our work from this project, including an exhibition at the United Nations in Vienna during the Conference on Narcotic Drugs: http://luceoimages.com/portfolio/building-conversation/

    Today’s news from the Police Department is the kind of positive change that we have worked hard to advocate for. Building trusting relationships with people who use inside of a framework (rather than criminal one) just makes sense. It also happens to be supported by good data and hard working people like our friends at the Coalition. Last week they shared a video we produced on their behalf with the in New York City that ended in a round of applause. We’ve been pleased to help tell this story. There’s nothing more encouraging that seeing actual, tangible, positive change come about as a result of this week. Hat’s off to all our friends in harm reduction and to everyone who believes that a better future is possible. See more of our work from this project, including an exhibition at the United Nations in Vienna during the Conference on Narcotic Drugs: http://luceoimages.com/portfolio/building-conversation/
    Today’s news from the #Gloucester Police Department is the kind of positive change that we have worked hard to advocate for. Building trusting relationships with people who use #drugs inside of a #publichealth framework (rather than criminal one) just makes sense. It also happens to be supported by good data and hard working people like our friends at the #HarmReduction Coalition. Last week they shared a video we produced on their behalf with the #UnitedNations in New York City that ended in a round of applause. We’ve been pleased to help tell this story. There’s nothing more encouraging that seeing actual, tangible, positive change come about as a result of this week. Hat’s off to all our friends in harm reduction and to everyone who believes that a better future is possible. See more of our work from this project, including an exhibition at the United Nations in Vienna during the Conference on Narcotic Drugs: http://luceoimages.com/portfolio/building-conversation/