Our Lives Matter: The Crack Cocaine Epidemic of the 80’s & 90’s

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13 thoughts on “Our Lives Matter: The Crack Cocaine Epidemic of the 80’s & 90’s

  1. Kenith McIntosh

    6:11 False DEA agent decided to turn their back on the transportation on illegal drugs in the black community. Niggas like you are counterproductive and detrimental to the black community!

  2. Nani Wattz

    +CB 470 You are 15 or 16 years old now? Wow you are a very young smart educational individual about this part of the history and there is got to be more smart individuals like you who are very educated and aware about the truth in history and the world and how it is affecting the people today. How did you do all your research? Read lots of books, watch movies, and watch documentaries?

  3. Jeffrey D

    I used to love cocaine in the 80s and 90s. Now its very jittery and very little euphoria. What happened to cocaine?/ Miss it


    Now look at you honky mothafuckas! Methamphetamine, heroin, and prescription opioid narcotics are frying the shit out of their brains! However, they are treating the shit as a medical issue. Hypocrites!!!!! To hell with all of you demons!

  5. pete rocka

    Positive messages do not stimulate the amygdala, so the media does not broadcast positive messages.

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