Fueled by stories in the media, and perhaps by their tendency toward denial, many people believe that America’s drug problem is confined mainly to the inner cities. “Drugs In Black & White” shows that to be false. Through statistics and interviews, reporter-narrator Collin Siedor reveals that drug use is far more widespread than is commonly reported. This documentary also examines how black and white teenagers and their families are harmed by false assumptions and stereotypes about drug use. (Hallucinogens, Stimulants, Tobacco, Prevention, Training, Drunk Driving, Peer Pressure, Self Esteem, Life Skills) Running Length – 40 min.