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More than 150 artists, athletes, and social activists remind President Biden of his promise.
As a son of Haitian immigrants, a Navy veteran, and a cannabis entrepreneur, I know that more needs to be done.
Cannaclusive's Accountability List offers consumers and entrepreneurs a comprehensive look at racial justice initiatives from companies posting on social media, behavior, and action.
"I am proud to be a person of colour in cannabis, but this is an industry that is far from equal or just," says Mimi Lam of Superette.
The senators analyzed how cannabis criminalization drives deep wedges into society with long-term, damaging consequences.
Rapper and actor Method Man said he's launching a new marijuana business specifically aimed at boosting other Black-owned cannabis companies.
A recent survey found the vast majority of cannabis consumers today support nationwide criminal justice reform.
Though NORML said marijuana legalization will not solve racial injustice in America, the organization believes it can be "an important part of this emerging discussion."
Weedmaps News compiled a list of books, documentaries, and podcasts that speak to the racial injustice, police brutality, and long-lasting pain felt by Black people in the United States.
"To build wealth within the equity community, you've got to open the door and create opportunity that is intentional," says Liz Jackson-Simpson of Success Centers.