“I do not have definitive evidence, but I am confident in saying that if I were black, in a poor community, I would be more afraid of the cops than probably anyone else.”
War on Drugs
I say with some admirable clarity that regardless of the United States’ very dishonest and contradictory propaganda about the “war on drugs,” that when Americans are asked about it they seem to be above its meager influences. Why then are the views and legislation of the government not synonymous with the common American voter?
Why is it that Black people constitute more than half of the prison population, in a country where they account for less than fifteen percent of the entire population?
This is not a happy story nor is it an isolated one.
If you’re hurting the children while trying to save the children, it negates the entire point.
Stop allowing our educational institutions to function as nothing more than profit-seeking degree factories.
It’s 420! Time to take mile-long walks into the woods, lock yourself up in the basement, climb into your treehouse, or go wherever the hell it is you have to hide out to smoke weed these days.