Crystal Meth, aka “methamphetamine,” is a highly addictive drug. Addiction to meth is epidemic in my home state of Oklahoma. Tuesday evening, January 13, 2009 at 6:30 pm CST a special 30 minute documentary called “Crystal Darkness” will simultaneously air on multiple Oklahoma television stations as well as online via the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services web site. At the invitation of Oklahoma A+ Schools, I will be attending the “watch party” at the University of Central Oklahoma here in Edmond and facilitating a post-show question and answer session to be broadcast live over from the UCO campus.

Oklahoma Crystal Darkness Watch Party at UCO

Our post-show coverage via Ustream will begin at 7:00 pm CST (01:00 am GMT) on 13 January 2009. We will be broadcasting on the Oklahoma A+ Schools Ustream channel:

Live TV : Ustream

We’ll be getting thing setup early, and will go “on the air” at 6 pm CST for some pre-event discussion with educators, students, and others gathered at the Broncho Sports Grill.

For more details, see the UCO press release from January 7, 2009, “Oklahoma A+ Schools and UCO To Host Oklahoma ‘Crystal Darkness’ Watch Party.” I’ll tweet updates and links when we go online Tuesday night on Ustream. I hope you can join us! 🙂 A+ Schools staff members will be assisting with the videography and chat room moderation, so we should be able to “give voice” to any questions which are posed in the chat room for our face-to-face Q&A guests.

The recorded UStream of the pre- and post-show discussions at UCO will be posted on the Oklahoma A+ Schools’ website:

For more information about this campaign, go to

For immediate assistance, please contact 1-888-METH-AID or 211 in Oklahoma area.

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