Due to Covid-19, many have been forced to move into non-affirming spaces. A non-affirming space might look like an environment that is not positively receiving or supportive of LGBTQIA+ individuals.
What is the future of hemp in a post-COVID world? What does Black representation in hemp look like, and how can we create opportunities for social equity? How can we take the next steps toward a regenerative society and integrative medicine? The answers may surprise you.
For the cannabis industry, glimmers of hope remain. In many states with legal medical programs, dispensaries have been declared essential businesses.
The breakdown of the numerous stimulus packages introduced to support those most effected by the economic ripples of COVID-19, are all critical in being understood – so why has it taken Australia so long to get its messaging right
Small businesses, classified as U.S. business owners employing fewer than 500 people, can thankfully apply for the Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program. While a wide array of business owners can expect relief, the loan uses language that pointedly leaves out the cannabis industry.
In this particular video, Xue Wang, the mother of a three-and-a-half year old girl talks about how her daughter processed the arrival of the quarantine when they were in Hubei, China
This particular film, created by Brandon Drenon, features a psychotherapist from Spain who explains the effects of quarantine on mental health.
With topics ranging from athletes with disabilities to trans people encountering harassment in homeless shelters, these students had ambitious projects that would require deep reporting, technical knowledge of camerawork, and a sense of aesthetic filmmaking.
Life is surreal, it’s dizzying and heartbreaking to keep up with new information and rising numbers of infections, hospitalizations, and deaths. With no national plan, it’s the perfect storm of our time, and when I focus on these tragedies, I feel overwhelmed.
We were all so poor that we would call each other poor as a joke and everyone would have a laugh because it was like calling a kid “kid” or and an adult “adult.”