Chauvin’s defense is mired in the oppressive logic of the drug war.
After 47 years and over $1 trillion in costs, it’s time to move toward a human-centered approach to drug use in the U.S.
Since March, at least 40 states have reported an increase in opioid overdose deaths.
Marijuana legalization enjoys support from a clear and bipartisan majority of voters.
A new report exposes the foster system as rife with racist drug war attitudes and state violence.
Implications of drug use create a context in which deadly force used by police is framed as the only logical choice.
AMLO’s aggression toward environmental activists and Zapatista communities gives the lie to his campaign promise.
Allowing legal cannabis businesses to access banking services won’t undo the drug war’s racist legacy.
A focus on drug-supply reduction and aggressive law enforcement is undermining addiction treatment.
The platform condemns America’s “overly-punitive approach to public safety.”