May 12, 2010 |
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The struggle to end America's disastrous war on drugs is a struggle for common sense, human rights and of course for racial justice. How could it not be, given the extraordinary and disproportionate extent to which people of color — and especially black people — are arrested, prosecuted and incarcerated for drug offenses?
Why Ending Marijuana Prohibition is a Racial Justice Issue | Drugs | AlterNet