Racism, Drug Policy, and AIDS
Cathy Lisa Schneider analyzes the reasons for the increasing concentration of HIV/AIDS among African Americans and Latinos. She challenges the assumptions and evidence of those who cite underclass use of illegal drugs and promiscuity, and argues that high HIV/AIDS rates among blacks and Latinos are a consequence of the racial bias in the war against drugs.
Poverty and Inequality in Latin America: The Impact of Adjustment and Recovery in the 1980s, Samuel A. Morley Reviewed by Cathy Lisa Schneider
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