Student Loan Forgiveness Limited By the War on Drugs
Criminal justice reform advocates say that President Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan perpetuates the racial disparities of America’s failed War on Drugs.
August 30, 2022
Cannabis Decriminalization Reduces Racial Disparity in Arrests of Adults
Racial disparity in cannabis arrests has proven to be less of an issue in areas that have embraced decriminalization.
January 3, 2022
New York City’s Persistent Cannabis Dystopia
Despite its liberal reputation and recently surging support for legal weed, New York City's persistent cannabis dystopia is still a reality for many.
December 4, 2017
School Forces Black Students To Submit To Drug Tests
In an outrageously racist move, this Tennessee school forced black students to submit to drug tests. Here are the details.
November 24, 2017
Al Sharpton: Marijuana Reform Is ‘Civil Rights Cause’
Last week Reverend Al Sharpton, a famous civil rights activist and Baptist minister, penned an op-ed for the…
October 2, 2017
Cops Are Still Arresting More People for Drugs Than Any Other Crime
Reform, change, improvement—we’re repeatedly told that these are processes. Journeys. Paths and routes, often long and sometimes circuitous. Effort…
September 26, 2017
How 3 Black Visionaries Are Bringing the Hood Into the Weed Industry
A recent article from the Root started off by asking several questions: What if all the drug money made…
September 6, 2017
Cannabis Community Leaders Call for Boycott of Pot Conference Over Roger Stone Keynote
One of the largest cannabis business expos on the planet is facing backlash over its selection of a…
August 25, 2017
Latina Woman Among Los Angeles’ First Licensed Cannabis Entrepreneurs
Priscilla Vilchis, CEO of Cali Premium Produce, is the only Latina woman on the list of the 13…
August 23, 2017
Shocking Racial Disparities in NYC’s Pot Arrests Provoke Fight between Mayor and DPA
As much as we, and millions of tourists annually, seem to love New York City, there’s no hiding…
August 10, 2017