War On Drugs
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The so-called “War On Drugs” has largely been seen by critics as a draconian tactic that has impacted communities of color negatively and unfairly over the years. In a new article from Harper’s magazine a 1994 interview with President Richard Nixon advisor John D. Ehrlichman, in which he stated the policy was aimed to disrupt Black […]
New drug reforms are slated to be presented to the United Nations in April.
Following his plan to rectify the “war on drugs” that jailed thousands and destroyed communities, President Obama is expected to commute the sentences of dozens…
Capping off a week of events and political actions to tackle prison reform, President Obama on Thursday became the first sitting president to visit a…
In a visit where he is expected to push for criminal-justice reform, President Barack Obama will become the first sitting president to visit a federal…