Locked In: The Criminalization and Racialization of Opioid Use Disorder

Daniela Alvarado, Ella Bouris, Emily Kohl, Leah Savage
SocGen 2021W

In this issue of Locked In, we explore the racialized history of the criminalization and medicalization of opioid addiction, and how this inequality has shaped the carceral landscape and lived experiences of incarcerated folks in America today: if the opioid epidemic is seen as a white issue, then why are Black and brown people primarily the ones in prison for it?

Neo-natal Abstinence Syndrome

Michelle Bui, Grace Huynh, Catherine Pham, Kelly Salinas
SocGen 2020W

A podcast about the neonatal abstinence syndrom and the biological, social, legal, and human effects of the opiod crisis.

Opioid Crisis Education and Advocacy Network (OCEAN) Final Project

Adele Huang, Clara Nguyen, Jared Ortaliza, and Minh Pham Tran
SocGen 2020W
Award for pushing the limits of the form

A non-profit organization designed to fight the opioid epidemic through community organizing and coalition building.