SYMPTMS of a Creative Mind

Where Love Meets the Streets with Lisa Al-Hakim

January 15, 2020 Zebrana Bastard/Lisa Al-Hakim Episode 2
SYMPTMS of a Creative Mind
Where Love Meets the Streets with Lisa Al-Hakim
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SYMPTMS of a Creative Mind
Where Love Meets the Streets with Lisa Al-Hakim
Jan 15, 2020 Episode 2
Zebrana Bastard/Lisa Al-Hakim

New episode released every other Wednesday.

Lisa Al-Hakim is the Director of Operations at The People's Harm Reduction Alliance in Seattle, WA. On her Facebook, she describes herself as a motorcycle riding, punk rock loving, record obsessed,feminist minded, middle eastern harm reductionist. I have always known her to be a woman of passion, driven by her beliefs and directly backing up those beliefs with action.

On this episode we cover her work with the People's Harm Reduction Alliance in Seattle, a health care center with a needle exchange program, and we also touch on an upcoming webinar she is a part of, and some other projects she's lending her hands and her voice to.

Music used in this episode:
Intro: "I'm The Asshole" by Zebrana Bastard
End track: "Stand and be Heard" by 13 Scars

All links associated with this episode and this podcast:

Lisa Al-Hakim on Facebook
People's Harm Reduction Alliance Website
People's Harm Reduction Alliance on Facebook
Idaho Harm Reduction Project Website
Idaho Harm Reduction Project on Facebook
Resistencia Coffee (Where Lisa is hosting monthly classes, Starting January 23rd, 2020)
Demonstrating Drug Use & Work Balance Webinar (2pm-3:30pm EST Jan. 28, 2020 This is a world wide event, so sign up now, as spots are filling up quickly.)

Zebrana Bastard on Facebook
Zebrana Bastard on Patreon (Great way to support the show)
Zebrana Bastard Website

This show is sponsored by all the people who support my Patreon. Thank you so much!











Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/zebranabastard)

Show Notes

New episode released every other Wednesday.

Lisa Al-Hakim is the Director of Operations at The People's Harm Reduction Alliance in Seattle, WA. On her Facebook, she describes herself as a motorcycle riding, punk rock loving, record obsessed,feminist minded, middle eastern harm reductionist. I have always known her to be a woman of passion, driven by her beliefs and directly backing up those beliefs with action.

On this episode we cover her work with the People's Harm Reduction Alliance in Seattle, a health care center with a needle exchange program, and we also touch on an upcoming webinar she is a part of, and some other projects she's lending her hands and her voice to.

Music used in this episode:
Intro: "I'm The Asshole" by Zebrana Bastard
End track: "Stand and be Heard" by 13 Scars

All links associated with this episode and this podcast:

Lisa Al-Hakim on Facebook
People's Harm Reduction Alliance Website
People's Harm Reduction Alliance on Facebook
Idaho Harm Reduction Project Website
Idaho Harm Reduction Project on Facebook
Resistencia Coffee (Where Lisa is hosting monthly classes, Starting January 23rd, 2020)
Demonstrating Drug Use & Work Balance Webinar (2pm-3:30pm EST Jan. 28, 2020 This is a world wide event, so sign up now, as spots are filling up quickly.)

Zebrana Bastard on Facebook
Zebrana Bastard on Patreon (Great way to support the show)
Zebrana Bastard Website

This show is sponsored by all the people who support my Patreon. Thank you so much!











Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/zebranabastard)