By Neha Mulay The country has its eyes on the city of Portland, Oregon, as protests rage and the unprecedented presence of federal agents fuels violent unrest. But while the city is rocked, it remains...
The Cannabis Industry struggles with representation as people of color continue to be disproportionately excluded from the Cannabis space.
In honor of Pride Month, we take a trip back to a personal remembrance of sex and cannabis. Sex and love might not always be the same in every relationship, but we celebrate them in all their forms. To those in the LGBTQ community, you are seen, heard, and very much loved.
The work of a new generation of bold plant medicine practitioners like Mayasa Telfair, curator of It’s Time to Heal Holistic Sanctuary have begun to remove Black women from the margins of conversations on femininity and sexual health.
Founded in late 2015, the MCBA is the first 501(c)(6) not-for-profit business league created to serve the specific needs of minority cannabis entrepreneurs, workers, and patients/consumers.
Since the era of its inception with Louis Armstrong’s “vipers” and the mix of cannabis with jazz, to the political fight that is still going on today, history makes little to no mention of what black women were doing during these times.