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Understanding Crack Addiction

A New York Times’ feature sheds light on Carl Hart, a Black researcher from New York, who has dedicated his work to understanding crack addicts and what helps them kick their habit. Using money incentives with mostly Black subjects, Hart believes that drug addiction can be kicked if people have alternative options: Job, education and financial opportunity. 

 (Photo: REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas)

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