Below are the best resources we could find on Cannabis/CBD and female empowerment.
Attendees were welcome to flit between scientific discussions and a joint-rolling station, taste edibles on an outdoor patio or peruse psychedelic candles at the lobby pop-up shop.
You’ll see that those currently profiting from the marijuana boom are largely white men—a reality that prompted Charlese Antoinette Jones, Mary Pryor, and Tonya Rapley-Flash to launch Cannaclusive in 2017.
Cannaclusive is a grassroots community that is fighting for inclusivity and diversity in the rapidly growing cannabis industry in the USA.
After noticing that the cannabis industry was incredibly white, three black women decided to do something about it by creating their own business.
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