Ending marijuana prohibition is a moral imperative. It will ameliorate the harmful effects of the War on Drugs, particularly on the Latinx and Black communities, which long have suffered from decades of racist targeted policing and mass incarceration. Retroactive justice reform should accompany legalization—drug offenses should be expunged and those who have been jailed for sale or possession should be released. In addition, we must make sure that the economic fruits of legalization, such as taxes and dispensary licenses, directly benefit these same communities who were most harmed by marijuana’s criminalization. Legalization must be accompanied by justice.