In honor of Native American Heritage Month, Women Grow celebrated how Indigenous women in cannabis are creating new economic opportunities for their communities, while reexamining Thanksgiving in the context of historic trauma.
Honeysuckle's hard-hitting reporting and dissection of key issues and topics affecting society today, including but not limited to incarceration, reproductive rights, feminism, healthcare, housing, economic, class, socioeconomic disparities, disability, mental illness etc.
In the New York Times' panel "The Power of Knowledge: Girls' Education as an Accelerator of Climate Action," Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai and other activists discussed feminism and planetary justice at COP26.
The Cannabis World Congress & Business Exposition CWCBExpo returned to NYC with an eye on the state's regulated market. From government officials to industry experts and social justice advocates, everyone got down in the Big Green Apple.
The stereotype of indecency is not a new one for the LGBTQ community. Another stereotype—uncleanliness may also play a role in the discrepancy between the response to the two celebrities' blood products.
A recent report on the British prison system describes a widespread lack of maternal care for inmates and severe negligence abuses, at least one resulting in the death of a newborn.
Michigan State Rep. Jewell Jones and his attorney, Byron Nolan, gained a small victory today, Nov. 4, when the judge assigned to Jones' case ordered an evidentiary hearing. This came after Nolan argued the Representative should never have been arrested on April 6 in the first place.
The world's largest cannabis business conference returned, celebrating 10 years of industry and the sector's brightest minds. But what happens to diversity as business expands?
Indigenous Peoples' Day 2021: Honeysuckle Celebrates Randall's Island Gathering and Shinnecock Nation's Times Square Billboards
As the nation officially recognized Indigenous Peoples' Day, Honeysuckle honored Indigenous culture and plant medicine at IPDNYC's Randall's Island international gathering and through a landmark Times Square campaign with the Shinnecock Nation.
Using lessons from Arab Spring, many activists for Palestinian liberation are using social media as tools in their fight for justice. Thought leaders discuss the pros and cons of social media activism, and the suppression of Palestinian voices online.
Those working toward equity and inclusion cannot overcome their privilege until they understand how anti-Black racism directly impacts Black Americans, argues Pastor Isaac Scott.
The Shinnecock Indian Nation will have new opportunities with Little Beach Harvest, a cannabis company led by Managing Director Chenae Bullock in partnership with TILT Holdings. To celebrate Indigenous People's Day 2021, Bullock reminds us of the legacy of plant medicine in First Nations cultures.
Michele Norris, Karen Toulon, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Yamiche Alcindor and Michel Martin discussed breaking barriers as Black women in journalism on the International Women's Media Foundation's latest panel.
Social equity and legacy operators in New York drove the discussion at a summit of the cannabis industry's top minds. How do we put diversity at the forefront of the legal industry?
On Thursday, the House Judiciary Committee voted to advance the MORE Act, critical legislation to repeal federal cannabis prohibition, for the second time. Will this finally help the bill succeed?