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Why Everybody Can't Get Stoned?

Marijuana is increasingly becoming a normal part of youth culture. Like all leisure activities however, factors like gender and ethnicity play a role in who uses it. This talk looks at the social history of marijuana, and the boundaries that marijuana users must still negotiate today.

Date: Thursday, June 25, 2020
Time: 7 to 8 p.m.

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Speaker Bio

Dr. Amir Mostaghim is an Associate Teaching Professor in Criminology at Ontario Tech University. He teaches courses in areas of policy development, policing, and perspectives in criminal justice. He aims to inspire his students to push the boundaries of social justice policy in Canada and around the world in order to improve the lives of marginalized populations. His latest research explores gender and ethnic dimensions of marijuana use in Canada.