Subscribe to Us

We won’t sell or give your information to anyone. We prefer to keep you to ourselves.

Here’s our privacy policy to prove it.

Fentanyl at Night - Save More Lives

Register for Fentanyl at Night: Save More Lives

On Wednesday, Dec 14, 2022, at 4 p.m. EST, Join 24HourNation and an extraordinary panel of speakers for a free, live and important webinar. Let’s help stop overdoses and fentanyl deaths in the nighttime economy.

This presentation will be of particular interest to:

  • Bar and restaurant managers
  • Event producers
  • Music venue operators
  • Community leaders
  • Nighttime governance professionals

You will come away with the ability to get real about fentanyl. You will also learn what you can do to set aside moralizing, shame, drug bust photo ops and political talking points … and just friggin’ save lives.

Our speakers will be:

  • Tatianna Paulino is Founder of the Always Strive and Prosper Foundation and the mother of its inspiration, Steven “ASAP Yams” Rodriguez. Rodriguez was the visionary behind Harlem’s A$AP Mob collective. He passed away in 2015 from an acute mixed substance overdose.
  • Darryl Phillips has worked in the urban music, video and film sectors. He has been a director and executive producer of documentaries regarding social justice and activism. A friend of Steven’s, Darryl also works with Tatianna Paulino as Executive Director of the Foundation.
  • Nathan Smiddy, known as “Narcan Nate,” overdosed for the first time when he was nineteen. Today, after reflecting on his own experiences, he distributes NARCAN and trains others in its use.
  • Ripley Soprano is the publisher of Dirty Magazine, NYC’s horniest fashion magazine. A collaborator and affiliate of the streetwear brand Brujas, Ripley is also an advocate for health autonomy.

About Fentanyl:

Because it is cheap to make, illicitly manufactured fentanyl is commonly mixed with drugs like heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine. It can also be shaped into pills that resemble other prescription opioids.

Fentanyl-laced drugs are dangerous. Many may be unaware that the recreational drugs they take are laced with fentanyl.

According to the CDC, 107,375 people in the United States died of drug overdoses and drug poisonings in the 12-month period ending in January 2022. A staggering 67 percent of those deaths involved synthetic opioids like fentanyl.

Naloxone (like NARCAN® Nasal Spray) is a medicine that rapidly reverses an opioid overdose. Fentanyl test strips can also save lives.

We’ll discuss. Register now. It’s free.

Share With:
Rate This Article