Celebrating LGBTQIA+ Pride (at any time of the year) has gotten increasingly dangerous, even in the cannabis industry. When High Times published an article highlighting queer-owned brands, some in the cannabis community responded with violence. Here's the backlash to the backlash.
Honeysuckle's broad look at the status of legalization across the United States. Key developments in governmental policies towards Cannabis legalization and implementation of social equity programs, an examination of the medical uses of cannabis, hemp, social stigma, product reviews, cannabis culture and lifestyle related to artists operating within the space and issues with minority representation in the cannabis industry.
The Shinnecock Indian Nation and TILT Holdings will host the official groundbreaking of Little Beach Harvest, a fully Indigenous-owned cannabis wellness center and dispensary, on Southampton, Long Island on July 11.
Looking for ways to make your 710 Dab Day / Oil Day more authentic? Enjoy this cannabis holiday with New York's best clubs, secret spots, and hot events!
New York hosted its inaugural Cannabis Wedding Expo, a boutique showcase of local cannabis brands and wedding service providers that redefined the idea of hospitality industries.
Brittney Griner, WNBA Star, Begins Trial In Russia Over Cannabis Oil Possession And Smuggling Charges
WNBA star Brittney Griner goes on trial in Russia, four and a half months after her arrest for possession of cannabis oil. Here's why her punishment makes no sense.
Respect My Region Launches 2022 North American Weed Tour, Highlighting Cannabis Leaders In U.S., Canada And Mexico
The award-winning lifestyle brand Respect My Region debuts the second annual North American Weed Tour. From July 10 to December 15, 2022, cannabis industry leaders will be highlighted across podcast episodes, Instagram Lives, and Respect My Region's various social media channels.
Tihyann Bryant is the founder and CEO of Roll Up Life, New Jersey's first Black-owned cannabis delivery service. The technology-based company is also dedicated to social equity and expungement. Tiyahnn talks about the origins of the company, his mentor Roz McCarthy, and the power of friendship.
From the beverage brand with the viral video to Laganja Estranja's Trans Pride apparel, queer-affirming media and advocacy, herbal products, cool edibles and more, here are the LGBTQIA+ led cannabis brands uplifting queer communities year-round.
Hip hop pioneer and cannabis advocate Fab 5 Freddy and Bernard Noble honor the first anniversary of their B Noble cannabis brand, which provides resources to cannabis prisoners and entrepreneurs of color.
Trailblazers' Authentic Voices: Pride '22 "Sweet Sixteen" Talks To Charleen Caabay Of The People's Ecosystem
In this Trailblazers' Authentic Voices: Pride '22 "Sweet Sixteen" spotlight, we meet Charleen Caabay, co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer of The People's Ecosystem. She talks about the vital need for diversity, equity and inclusion in the cannabis industry, including LGBTQIA+ communities.
In this Trailblazers' Authentic Voices: Pride '22 "Sweet Sixteen" spotlight, we meet Timeka Drew, founder and CEO of Biko. She talks about the importance of cannabis as medicine and normalizing LGBTQIA+ spaces.
In this Trailblazers' Authentic Voices: Pride '22 "Sweet Sixteen" spotlight, we meet Jake Wall, Chief Innovation Officer and co-founder of MAISON BLOOM. He talks about the unique beverage brand, collaboration, and LGBTQIA+ equality in the cannabis industry.
In this Trailblazers' Authentic Voices: Pride '22 "Sweet Sixteen" spotlight, we meet Rachael Rapinoe, founder and CEO of Mendi. A professional athlete turned hemp entrepreneur, she talks about creating natural healing solutions for women and the LGBTQIA+ community.
In this Trailblazers' Authentic Voices: Pride '22 "Sweet Sixteen" spotlight, we meet Drew Martin, founder of the eponymous cannabis-botanical pre-roll line. He talks about the power of plants and LGBTQIA+ visibility.
In this Trailblazers' Authentic Voices: Pride '22 "Sweet Sixteen" spotlight, we meet Rachel Burkons, co-founder of the cannabis hospitality company Altered Plates. She talks about living her life through the lens of all things culinary cannabis.