Rapper Dee-1, Gov. Sununu among those featured at virtual anti-drug forum

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DEE-1 will be among those speaking out about the dangers of drug abuse. (Money photo)

Rapper Dee-1 will be among the speakers at a Virtual Youth Summit seeking to educate youth on the dangers of drugs.

The summit, presented by the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation and titled "Drug Free Is Up To Me," will also include appearances by New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu and DEA officials.

The summit will be targeting middle and high school students about the dangers of drugs, the benefits of healthy living and the local treatment resources available in their community.

It will be live-streamed to more than 14,000 middle and high school students in 22 school districts across New Hampshire.

The summit will be held Tuesday from 9-10:30 a.m. and live-streamed from Studio Lab, 11 A Street, Derry.

Classes can register at

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