The Oakland City Council passed the Equity Permit Program; an initiative designed to offer reparations to those affected by the Drug War.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions taps a criminal justice hard-liner as his lieutenant, signaling an end to reforms.
Plus, University of Texas-San Antonio offering academic course on Beyoncé's "Lemonade" and Trayvon Martin's parents will release new memoir about their son's death in Jan. 2017.
From TIDAL to Roc Nation, to Made In America, Jay has given us the blueprint for flipping the script on oppressive power structures.
Rapper and businessman Jay Z blasted the War on Drugs in a blistering op-ed short film for The New York Times.
It came as no surprise to some African-Americans this week when news broke that a former aide to President Richard M. Nixon developed anti-drug policies that targeted Black people.
Plus, the Flint Task Force reads state leaders for filth, Hulk Hogan talks Gawker sex tape lawsuit with "The View," and ex Ole Miss student pleads guilty to vandalizing Civil Rights statue.
New drug reforms are slated to be presented to the United Nations in April.
The Change.Org request claims that the Former First Lady was America's most famous "Trap Queen."
When we were growing up in Hollis, Queens in the '70s, there was not a single person who wasn't affected by the drug epidemic that began to ravage our community.
Capping off a week of events and political actions to tackle prison reform, President Obama on Thursday became the first sitting president to visit a…
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