FRCC: Love in the Time of Fentanyl

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January 31, 2023
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 01/31/2023 11:00:00 am01/31/2023 12:00:00 pmAmerica/DenverFRCC: Love in the Time of FentanylWelcome to an Indie Lens Pop-Up screening of Love in the Time of Fentanyl presented by Front Range Community College's Sociology Program Kalynn Amundsonkalynn.amundson@frontrange.edufalseMM/DD/YYYY

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Welcome to an Indie Lens Pop-Up screening of Love in the Time of Fentanyl presented by Front Range Community College's Sociology Program

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60 minutes


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    Dr. Kalynn Amundson

    Dr. Kalynn Amundson is a Sociology and Women & Gender studies professor at FRCC, Larimer Campus.


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    Dr. Kristina Kahl


    Dr. Kristina Kahl is a professor of sociology at FRCC, Westminster Campus.

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    Arlo Santiago Cruz


    Arlo Santiago Cruz is a fierce and outspoken advocate for people who use drugs, getting his start by receiving and providing mutual aid. Arlo now works for the only syringe access program providing supplies to folks living in Northern Colorado, but keeps to his roots by participating in community organizing and distribution of food and survival gear. Their goal is to continuously uplift the voices of those who have/are using highly stigmatized substances and redefine what "care" looks like for those who are queer, use drugs, participate in sex work, or are unhoused. Arlo has spoken on local and national panels regarding gender-affirming care, best practices for TGNC+ folks accessing syringes service programs, and the importance of implementing and expanding harm reduction-based services in underserved communities.

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    Andrés H. Guerrero, MPH


    Andrés Guerrero, MPH is the manager of the Overdose Prevention Unit in the Prevention Services Division at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. He has a BS in Human Physiology from Michigan State University and an MPH from the Colorado School of Public Health. He has been at the state health department for 13 years. His areas of interest include drug user health, population-level health of homeless and re-entry populations, and harm reduction. He currently serves as the Principal Investigator on the Overdose Data to Action Grant for the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

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    Alixe Dittmore


    Alixe Dittmore is the Training and Content Development Coordinator for the National Harm Reduction Coalition. She has been working through direct care services in the field of Harm Reduction since 2017 and has years of prior experience in organizing and educating at the peer level on both harm reduction surrounding drug use as well as sexual health and consent. Her professional experience includes conducting and leading street outreach services, managing a drop-in center for PWUD, overseeing and administering sexual health services, and directing / reporting on multiple programs while providing supervision to people with lived experience. She also facilitates trainings on overdose recognition and response, HIV and HCV testing, motivational interviewing, risk reduction, and best practices for working with PWUD, sex workers, and people experiencing homelessness.

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    Jimmy Nguyen


    Jimmy is the co-founder of Psychedelic Passage, a concierge service that connects journeyers to vetted and qualified psychedelic facilitators with an emphasis on 1-on-1 microdosing programs as well as macrodose ceremonies. Psychedelic Passage aims to set a standard of service that protects the fundamental human right to intentional, ceremonial psychedelic use in order to create a safe and effective private use model that runs parallel to clinical, medical, and consumer models.

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