A pill triggers more deaths than guns or car crashes in America. More than 70,200 Americans died from drug overdoses in 2017, including illicit drugs and prescription opioids—a 2-fold increase in a decade. One of the most addictive prescription drugs is Oxycontin, produced by the Sackler family and their pharmaceutical company Purdue. Now there are protests and lawsuit's all across the country demanding action against the effects and damages of the addictive drug. From the back woods in Appalachian McDowell County to the bustling streets of San Francisco, America’s opioid epidemic has swept the nation and devastated it's communities.