A new report from the American Cancer Society found that despite a recent decline, African-Americans continue to have higher cancer death rates than whites.
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A poll by the San Jose Mercury News found that among the issues of top importance to Latino voters are crime, drugs and gun control.
Two civil-rights groups have complained to the U.S. Justice Department that a drug bust in Tulia, Texas, was a matter of “ethnic cleansing of young male blacks.”
Protests by neighborhood activists have prompted Miller Brewing Co. to yank a new billboard campaign touting 40-ounce bottles of Olde English 800.
Black Baptists are calling on government and churches to help them rescue the African-American community from AIDS, drug abuse, high rates of incarceration and other problems.
Jails on Native American reservations are filled to capacity with an increasing number of people convicted or accused of drunk driving, domestic violence and other crimes.
Liquor marketers are boosting their efforts to reach the lucrative Hispanic market.
Black Americans have borne the brunt of the war on drugs, and are imprisoned at a far higher rate for drug crimes than their white neighbors.
Joining together to meet the needs of a growing population, four Hispanic service agencies in Cleveland have founded a community center to provide services to local youth.
The War on Drugs has done more damage to inner-city communities than drug use itself, according to an article in the May 14 issue of Rolling Stone magazine.