In a narrative posted by The New York Times, Jay Z is lending his voice to blast “The War On Drugs”. In a short film, which features artwork from Molly Crabapple, Jay Z gives a lesson on the history of drugs and how they tried to deal with the explosion of it. Want news at your […]
It came as no surprise to some African-Americans this week when news broke that a former aide to President Richard M. Nixon developed anti-drug policies that targeted Black people.
The so-called "War On Drugs" has largely been seen by critics as a draconian tactic that has negatively impacted communities of color, contributing to urban blight and wiping out a whole generation of young Black men who were locked behind bars for nonviolent crimes.