Topic: War on Drugs

All the news related to 'War on Drugs' [ 752 news items | Now showing page 7 of 38 ]

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Teen Busted for Pot, Then Raped by New York City Cops

As if we needed even more reasons to end marijuana prohibition. A New York City grand jury indicted two Brooklyn narcotics officers late last week on cha...   [ continue reading...]

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Why Urban Policing Cannot Be Reformed Pt. II: Making the Myth of Black Failure

A Real News investigation into intractable corruption in Baltimore explores the cultural and social imperatives that inform police driven narratives of African-...   [ continue reading...]

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DACA Immigrants Are Confronted by a US-Created Triangle of Fear

Immigrants fleeing to the US without documents are the visible consequence of an invisible US foreign policy and covert actions based on intimidation, violence...   [ continue reading...]

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How Millions of White Americans Have Bought Into a Racist Myth About Black America

The media has unfairly held Black communities responsible for the conditions which slavery, Jim Crow, and recent crime laws created. Days after President...   [ continue reading...]

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Trump's Plan for a "Drug-Free Society" Won't Fix the Opioid Problem, Experts Say

President Trump declared opioid addiction and overdoses a public health emergency on Thursday in an address steeped in drug war rhetoric, but experts on the fro...   [ continue reading...]

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Opioid Plan Called 'Band-Aid on Gunshot Wound': Trump's New and Unimproved War on Drugs Predicted to Fail

Jake Johnson, staff writerPresident's remarks on opioid epidemic little more than a collection of Reagan-era "just say no" talking points   [ continue reading...]

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White Spite: Why Education Is at the Center of Trump's Politics of Resentment

Click here for reuse options! "White Rage" author Carol Anderson discusses the Trump administration’s attacks...   [ continue reading...]

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When the Government Orders You to Burn Your Crops

MADRIGAL, COLOMBIA—Each day at 6 a.m., Jorge Moreno walks to his coca field to harvest leaves that will eventually be made into cocaine. He inspects the l...   [ continue reading...]

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Vietnam and the War on Drugs: What We Forget, We Repeat

History has shown the anti-war protesters to be on the right side of the argument. I just finished watching the 18-hour documentary series by Ken Burns a...   [ continue reading...]

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The Addict in All of Us: Dr. Gabor Maté on the Problem We All Live With

"Addiction is an attempt to solve a life problem. Only secondarily does it begin to act like a disease." Over the past several decades, popular attitude...   [ continue reading...]

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Philippines: Human Rights Groups Ask Apple to Reject Games Glorifying President Duterte's War on Drugs

"It is unacceptable that Apple is tolerant to making profit out of people’s unjust deaths and misery".   [ continue reading...]

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How US Foreign Policy Helped Create the Immigration Crisis

Jeff Faux Neoliberal strictures, support for oligarchs, and the War on Drugs have impoverished millions and destabilized Latin America. The post How US Foreign...   [ continue reading...]

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Baghdadified: The Militarization of US Cities and Police

By Danny Sjursen | ( Tomdispatch.com) | – – “This… thing, [the War on Drugs] this ain’t police work… I mean, you call some...   [ continue reading...]

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100,000 U.S. Prisoners Are Trapped in Isolation Units

A travesty of our criminal justice system. There are nearly 100,000 people being held in solitary confinement today in America’s prisons. They are l...   [ continue reading...]

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Police Action in American Cities Is No Different Than Attacking the Enemy in Iraq

There's no reason for American police departments to have armored tanks. “This... thing, [the War on Drugs] this ain't police work... I mean, you ca...   [ continue reading...]

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The empire comes home

“This... thing, [the War on Drugs] this ain't police work... I mean, you call something a war and pretty soon everybody gonna be running around acting lik...   [ continue reading...]

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Tomgram: Danny Sjursen, Embracing Our Inner Empire

“This... thing, [the War on Drugs] this ain't police work... I mean, you call something a war and pretty soon everybody gonna be running around actin...   [ continue reading...]

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To Reduce Gun Violence, Let Us First Address Systemic Injustices

The phenomenon of gun violence is a continuation of the broader landscape of violence in the US, including violence committed by police against people of color,...   [ continue reading...]

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Sheriff Charged With Sexual Battery After Students Groped in Warrantless, School-Wide Drug Search

No drugs were found. A Georgia sheriff and two deputies have been charged with groping teens’ genitals during a drug search earlier this year at a...   [ continue reading...]

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10 Reasons to End the War on Drugs and the War on Sex Workers

The real lived experiences of drug users and of sex workers are underrepresented and widely misunderstood. Sex and drugs are two of the most controversial...   [ continue reading...]

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