Jasmine Baker’s piece, “Naloxone Advocacy By Students, For Students,” is a three-minute audio piece containing UNC students sharing the importance of Naloxone access and education around campus. The story features friends of those who have passed, as they hope their effects to spread awareness of Naloxone can save a life in the future.

This piece was originally published on the UNC Media Hub.

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Jasmine Baker is a senior from Starkville, Mississippi, one of the 10 states she has lived in growing up. Sports are her greatest passion- majoring in Broadcasting Journalism with a concentration in sports...