Although its roots extend deep into our country’s history, the War on Drugs, in its present state, has been a structural part of the American judicial system since Richard Nixon coined the phrase in 1971. With nearly half a century of enforcement and over $1 trillion in cost, not only has this program failed to achieve its social goal of reducing drug use, addiction and related crime, it has spawned a raft of social and economic consequences that have further eroded safety, community, justice, financial responsibility and liberty.
Show your support for ending the unintended consequences of the war on drugs when you wear this comfortable, mid-weight cotton t-shirt. It’s softer and and slightly more fitted than a standard tee. And the quality and durability will keep it in heavy rotation.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this shirt will go to support advocacy issues in North Carolina.