FDA - Smoking While Black and Brown in America


April 28, 2022

Your choice to smoke menthol cigarettes could lead to more issues than you think

Whenever the history of racial discrimination in the United States appears to repeat itself, it produces predictable rhymes and sometimes tragic social consequences. Mark Twain, Ida B. Wells, James Baldwin, and Toni Morrison all had one thing in common as visionary authors. They used their pens to offer literary critiques about America's historical inflection points concerning racism and systemic inequalities.

The federal government's recent announcement that it is close to proscribing a ban on menthol cigarettes is another public policy gone astray that will produce unintended racial-discr...

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