#420

Cannabis and Marijuana: Racist Wordplay and The War on Drugs

Understanding cannabis’ coded language, laws, and how it sparked The War on Drugs

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As you celebrate #420 please remember it’s still a polarizing plant of privilege. Cannabis is a billion-dollar business and alternative medical option that many Black and brown people can’t…

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