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ading cause of diseases in the United States. The death ▓rate from drug overdose more than doubled ▓from 6.0 p

al lives.Americans' view of race relations was at a two-decade low. A poll join▓tly released by the CBS News and The New York Times on May 4, 2015 showed that 61 percent of Americans characterized race relations in the Uni▓ted States as "bad," including a majority o

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f▓ white and black respondents. The figure was the highest since 1992 (, May 4, ▓2015). A Wall Street Journal-NBC News p▓oll in December 2015 sho

2013, deaths

wed that only ▓34 percent of Americans believe race relations in the United States were fairly good or ve▓ry good, down from a high of 77 percent in January 2009 (b

from heroin-related, December 16, 2015). A s▓urvey released in November 2015 by the Public Religion Research Institute in the United States showed that 35 percent of Americ

overdose exceeded 8,200, n▓early quadrupling

that of 2002. In 2

ans believed racial tensions were a major concern in their own communities, jumping 18 percen▓tage points from 2012 (, November 17, 2015). Figures released in August 2015

014, the number surg

by Pew Research Center showed that 50 percent of Americans said that racism was a big problem in the U.S. society; 60 percent Americans said the count▓ry needed to continue making changes

ed to 10,574. Incr

to achieve racial equality, up 14 percentage points from▓ a year ago (, Au▓gust 5, 2015).Cases of African-Ameri▓cans being killed by police occurred repeatedly. On Nove

easing number of

mber 15, 2015, the 24-year-old African-American Jamar Clark was shot dead by white polic▓e officers. The fatal shooting occur▓red when two police officers were trying to arrest him. Witn

ple and females took heroin. Compa▓red

esses said that Clark was handcuffed when he was shot in the hea