I’m 3 Years Sober But I’m Terrified The Coronavirus Will Destroy That — And My Life

Sobriety is fragile, and much like the soft fabric of society, it can come undone under the weight of disease or trauma. Sometimes, it takes much less for things to fall apart.

Drug Deaths in Black Communities and Our Collective Denial

"While white addicts receive treatment, drug counseling, and a lenient criminal justice system, there are Black people still behind bars because of mandatory minimums, three-strikes laws, and disparate drug sentencing."