How the United States War on Drugs Creates a Social Injustice

Social justice is defined in many different ways depending on the entity that is making the definition. The entity making the definition defines

it from the way they perceive the world. For the purposes of this writing assignment, social justice will be defined as conforming to the

natural law that all persons irrespective of ethnic origin, gender, possessions, race, religion etc., are to be treated equally and without

prejudice. Social justice also imposes on each member of society personal responsibility to work with others to design and continually perfect

our institutions as tools for personal and social development.

With regards to law enforcement and social justice, many feel that law enforcement and the war on drugs creates social injustice by targeting

minority and low income communities.

-Write a 1,500-word paper that is APA formatted (not including the title, abstract, or reference page) paper that address how law enforcement

and the war on drugs creates a social injustice on minority and low-income communities. Compare and contrast federal and state laws as they

pertain to drugs in society and the most effective methodology for dealing with communities having a high drug problem and low-income issue. How

do the communities relate with law enforcement as they address the problems?
-Place page number within cite when a source is being used. If no page place np.
-Please have a strong thesis statement in the introduction paragraph.

-Here is a possible source that we read during this course if it is available to you. Lyman, Michael, D., (2011), Drugs in Society: Causes,

Concepts, and Control, Anderson Publishing, Sixth Edition, ISBN: 978-1-4377-4450-7