CERD in the Media:
Just Say No Again: The Old Failures of New and Improved Anti-Drug Education, Reason Online, January 2004.
Truth or DARE: 20 Years of Great Press, but Statistical Failure, Random Lengths News, May 1, 2003.
[DARE’s] Program’s Cost Soars, Past $1 Billion with Little Accounting, Columbus Post Dispatch, June 30, 2002.
A Dubious Pitch, American Demographics, May 1, 2002.
DARE Reinvents Itself — With Help From Its Social-Scientist Critics, Chronicle of Higher Education, October 19, 2001
Drug Education: The Triumph of Bad Science, Rolling Stone, May 24, 2001.
Drug Mistreatment, Mother Jones, Feb. 18, 2000
DARE: Failing Our Kids, Detroit News, Special Reports: February 27, 2000.
Dr. Joel Brown on the Status of Drug Education in the United States, Drug Reform Coordination Network, August 13, 1999
Study Adds to Doubts on DARE program, Boston Globe, August 2, 1999.
Just Say So: DARE Doesn’t Work, San Francisco Examiner, February, 17, 1999.
Just Say No: DARE and Programs Like It Don’t Work – So Why Are They Still Around?, Playboy Magazine, October, 1998.
Don’t Just Say No – Berkeley researcher Dr. Joel Brown questions the effectiveness of the federal government’s antidrug education policies, San Francisco Bay Guardian, August 5, 1998.
‘Just Say No’ to Clinton’s New Anti-Drug Campaign, Oakland Tribune, July 16, 1998.
Anti-Drug Efforts Don’t Stop Teens, Studies Indicate: Evaluator fears ‘one right decision’ theory might further erode trust, Sacramento Bee Staff Writer, February 4, 1998.
Rethinking the drug war: More people – and Pols –Now See Policy Flaws, San Francisco Bay Guardian, January 8, 1997.
Editorial: San Jose Mercury News, November 13, 1995.
Anti Drug Programs Criticized, L.A. Times, October 25, 1995.