General Public Release
Tuesday, June 19 OAKLAND, CA. ------ The public is invited to Oaksterdam University, Saturday, July 21, from 6:00 - 8 p.m. at 1600 Broadway Ave. Oakland CA, for a FREE:
"HOME GROWN AUTHOR NIGHT"
- University of Cincinnati assistant professor of history, Isaac Campos, author of 2012 release “HOME GROWN: Marijuana and the Origins of Mexico's War on Drugs”, in conversation with
-RAND Corporation, Senior Policy Researcher for Drug Policy Center, Beau Kilmer, author of 2012 release “Marijuana Legalization: What Everyone Needs To Know”
- along with Celebrity grower Ed Rosenthal, author of "Marijuana Grower's Handbook"
- and bestselling author of "Flawless" and "Blood Diamonds", Greg Campbell, author of 2012 book "Pot, Inc."
- Moderated by East Bay Express contributing writer, David Downs, syndicated columnist for “Legalization Nation”
Explore the myths versus the facts in cannabis' past, present and future, with the best authors of 2012. Engage in a short, audience Q&A, and enjoy refreshments, book sales and signings.
With assistance from: East Bay Express, the #1 Weekly in the Bay - 2012.
Hosted by: Oaksterdam University, cannabis education pioneer. This is a non-smoking event.
Questions/Contact: david [dot] downs [at] gmail [dot] com
TRANSPORTATION: free on-street parking after 6 p.m, BART and local service. Oaksterdam is wheelchair accessible.
Directions & Parking From the South Bay:
Take 880 North and exit Broadway. Continue down Broadway. Oaksterdam University is located on the right hand side of Broadway as you approach 17th Street.
From San Francisco: Take I-80 East, exit I-580 East toward Highway 24/Hayward/Stockton. Exit Broadway-Auto Row. Oaksterdam University is on the left hand side of Broadway just after 17th Street. From the East Take Highway 24 West toward Oakland and continue on I-980 West. Take the 18th St exit toward 14th Street. Merge onto Brush St and turn left at 17th Street. As you approach Broadway; Oaksterdam University will be on your right hand side next to the Douglas Parking lot on 17th and Broadway.