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War on Drugs

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The Scandal of Racist Marijuana Arrests—and What To Do About It Harry Levine Hits: 7197
Black Men as Non-citizens: After the War on Drugs Brian G. Gilmore and Reginald Dwayne Betts Hits: 6284
Crack as Proxy: Aggressive Federal Drug Prosecutions and the Production of Black--White Racial Inequality Mona Lynch and Marisa Omori Hits: 7676
Drug Wars in Black And White Joseph E. Kennedy Hits: 9121
From Health Policy to Stigma and Back Again: The Feedback Loop Perpetuating the Opioids Crisis Nicolas Terry Hits: 494
High Time for Change: How Legalizing Marijuana Could Help Narrow the Racial Divide in the United States Gene Taras Hits: 394
Marijuana Legalization, Racial Disparity, and the Hope for Reform Michael Vitiello Hits: 511
Opioid Courts and Judicial Management of the Opioid Crisis John Kip Cornwell Hits: 254
Opioid Policing Barbara Fedders Hits: 554
Prison for You. Profit for Me. Systemic Racism Effectively Bars Blacks from Participation in Newly-legal Marijuana Industry Elizabeth Danquah-Brobby Hits: 1844
Race, Pregnancy, and the Opioid Epidemic: White Privilege and the Criminalization of Opioid Use During Pregnancy Khiara M. Bridges Hits: 266
The Drug War as Race War Kenneth B. Nunn Hits: 79661
The Effects of the War on Drugs on Black Women: from Early Legislation to Incarceration Tiffany R. Simmons Hits: 981
The Opioid Crisis in Indian Country: The Impact of Tribal Jurisdiction and the Role of the Exhaustion Doctrine Matt Irby Hits: 850
The Right Hammer for the Right Nail: Public Health Tools in the Struggle Between Pain and Addiction Melissa McPheeters and Mary K. Bratton Hits: 736
The War on Drugs: The Privilege Against Self-incrimination Falls Victim to State Taxation of Controlled Substances Ann L. Iijima Hits: 993
Zoning, Race, and Marijuana: the Unintended Consequences of Proposition 64 Alexis Holmes Hits: 387
From the Battlefield to the War on Drugs: Lessons from the Lives of Marginalized African American Military Veterans Benjamin Fleury-Steiner, Lionel R. Smith, Tanya N. Whittle and Michael Burtis Hits: 673

Vernellia R. Randall
Founder and Editor
Professor Emerita of Law
The University of Dayton School of Law

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