Questionable Claims by Anti-Drug Program - 2014-06-25

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F0.png Questionable Claims by Anti-Drug Program June 25, 2014, Robert Martin Wolfe, City Limits

By its own estimate, Foundation for a Drug Free World, an education non-profit, has visited at least 20 percent of New York City's schools, public and private. That's over 14,000 children, it says, mainly in disadvantaged schools in outer boroughs. Drug Free World has won accolades from the City Council and the state Senate and been featured by over a dozen local publications, including the Daily News.

But in two recent presentations witnessed by a City Limits reporter, the organization-which is connected to the Church of Scientology-presented information on the dangers of drug abuse that had little basis in fact and could be traced to the works of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard.

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{{cite news | first = Robert Martin | last = Wolfe | title = Questionable Claims by Anti-Drug Program | url = | work = City Limits | date = June 25, 2014 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}