War On Drugs

The ripple effects of this failed attempt at prohibition are endless. The War on Drugs has ravaged developing countries by creating the conditions for violent drug lords to rise to unprecedented levels of power, thus leading to political and economic instability and the deaths of hundreds of thousands of innocent people.

In the developed world, the drug war has put millions of people in prison for victimless crimes, disproportionately targeted low income and African American communities, fostered the expansion of the militarization of the police, and has perpetuated the spread of disease and addiction by denying drug users access to safer alternatives and proper treatment that cannot be found on the black market.


End the Drug War is a single-issue campaign produced by Students For Liberty and supported by partners to raise awareness about the failed War on Drugs and to show policymakers all over the world that the millennial generation is united against the violence, waste, corruption, and curtailment of freedom perpetuated by the drug war.

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