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Increased opioid-related morbidity and mortality in racialized communities has highlighted the intersectional nature of the drug policy crisis. Given the racist evolution of the war on drugs and the harm reduction (HR) movement, the aim of this study is to explore racism within harm reduction services through the perspectives of our participants.

Citation: Godkhindi, P., Nussey, L., & O'Shea, T. (2022). "They're causing more harm than good": a qualitative study exploring racism in harm reduction through the experiences of racialized people who use drugs. Harm reduction journal19(1), 96.

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