The Cannabis Industry struggles with representation as people of color continue to be disproportionately excluded from the Cannabis space. The majority of Cannabis businesses are White-owned; many have been built upon oppression, having benefited from...
Black Lives Matter
The aftermath has sent shockwaves across the world and the United States has experienced a historic civil uprising, with a degree of unrest that has not been observed for decades. Varying communities have joined together to support the Black Lives Matter movement.
All-One is the concept that everyone must recognize the interconnectivity of living things everywhere and work together for social, environmental, and economic responsibility.
Frustrated over systemic racial violence against black people by the Los Angeles Police Department, and further enraged by the racial tensions between Korean-American and black communities in LA, protests and riots erupted in April of 1992.
Bouqé is for the cannabis enthusiast who handles their business and likes to roll up while doing it. We represent the people who are bold enough to fight for the change they want to see in the world, whether those changes are societal, medical, or environmental.
ride month is necessary to recognize that Pride intrinsically means dismantling the white hegemony and the dominant culture; it also means shunning capitalism’s co-option of our contemporary LGBTQIA+ movement.
I’m going to attempt to clear up some whitewashed misconceptions here, not to detract from the Civil Rights Movement but to remind the newcomers that revolution is fucking messy.
How many times have you seen the video of Eric Garner’s death? With how much precision or accuracy can you describe the moment in which NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo placed Garner in a lethal chokehold? Do you know how many times Garner uttered, with less and less breath each time, “I can’t breath?...