Children of crack epidemic have matured

Many children born to mothers who did crack in the 1980s and 1990s were written off before they could talk. But in the two decades that have passed since crack dominated the nation's drug markets, these babies have grown into young adults who can tell their stories, and for the most part, they are tales of success.

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