After 10 months of incarceration in Russia, Brittney Griner is released into U.S. custody through a prisoner swap with Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout.
Demonstrators Continue to Sound the Alarm About Abuses at Michigan's Huron Valley Prison: "They Are Not Pieces on a Chess Board!"
Humanitarian advocates are protesting abuses at the Women's Huron Valley Correctional Facility, Michigan's only women's prison. Conditions are crowded and toxic, sexual assault and disease run rampant, and inmate deaths are raising alarm.
Richard DeLisi is the nation's longest-serving nonviolent cannabis prisoner. Now free after being incarcerated 32 years, he's advocating for others behind bars with his new brand DeLisioso and activism around the country.
On Tuesday morning, Russian courts upheld Brittney Griner’s nine-year prison sentence for drug smuggling charges despite Griner and her lawyers’ emotional and legal appeal.
Honeysuckle joined cannabis activists at the White House protesting the Biden administration's failure to release incarcerated citizens. Read on for insights from organizers and attendees, including an exclusive from iconic cultivator DC Scroger.
Hip hop icons Redman and M1 of Dead Prez will join cannabis activists in Washington, DC to protest the Biden administration's failure to release incarcerated people, an event organized by Students for Sensible Drug Policy, Last Prisoner Project, DC Marijuana Justice, and Maryland Marijuana Justice.
Silent Cry Inc. Hosts Investment Day Mental Health And Wellness Fair At Michigan's Bradford Academy High School
Human rights organization Silent Cry Inc. hosted the Investment Day Mental Health And Wellness Fair at Michigan's Bradford Academy High School, addressing issues of young people's social-emotional needs and impacts of layered economic, cultural and racial trauma.
After six months being held in a Russian prison, WNBA star Brittney Griner has been sentenced to 9 years' incarceration. Government officials, including President Biden, have reacted quickly to condemn Russia for the unconscionable verdict.
On July 15th, WNBA star Brittney Griner pled guilty to criminal charges in Russia over cannabis oil found in her suitcase. What's next in her trial proceedings and the campaign to bring her home?
How To Handle Criticism: Cannabis Inmate Edwin Rubis On Life Tips, Jennifer Lopez, Naomi Osaka And More
Edwin Rubis is a spiritual life coach currently serving a 40-year prison sentence for a nonviolent cannabis crime. He encourages readers on how to handle criticism, using his own experience on social media, tips from Jennifer Lopez and Naomi Osaka, and more.
We are all capable of greatness, but we must maximize the gifts inside ourselves. Edwin Rubis is a spiritual life coach and mentor currently serving a 40-year prison sentence for a nonviolent cannabis conviction. In this op-ed, he shares his best life advice for embracing personal greatness.
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.
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.
Father's Day is not a holiday to the many individuals incarcerated throughout the nation. Edwin Rubis, currently serving a 40-year federal prison sentence for a nonviolent cannabis conviction, shares how incarceration has changed his view of Father's Day.
Shawanna E. Vaughn, founder of the nonprofit Silent Cry, is a first-time candidate for the New York State Assembly's 70th District (Harlem). But her lifelong experience with systemic inequities allows her to focus on the most important community needs.