Fundraiser launched by Drug User Liberation Front (PHOTOS)

published on June 25, 2020 by Elana Shepert in Vancouver Is Awesome

The Drug User Liberation Front has launched a campaign to raise funds for people who use drugs in British Columbia.

Earlier this week, the organization held a protest march and rally in support of a ‘real’ safe supply of drugs in British Columbia in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. Following the march, they handed out a safer supply of opiates and cocaine to residents of the DTES for free.

In a release, the DULF states that, “These drugs have been tested via FTIR spectrometry and immunoassay and are free of fentanyl, fentanyl analogues, benzodiazepines and many other harmful adulterants.”

Now, Jeremy Kalicum, a member of the DULF, has organized a gofundme campaign to directly benefit people who use drugs. First and foremost, he writes that the campaign funds will be used to purchase necessary supplies…

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