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.
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Following a recent act of gun violence in Harlem, New York State Assembly candidate Shawanna Vaughn discusses the importance of adequate mental health care as a preventative measure against future violence.
Black history is to be celebrated year-round! A look at New York's Poster House museum program, "Black History is Poster History," reveals the full dimensions of representing Black culture through poster art.
Shawanna E. Vaughn, founder of the nonprofit Silent Cry, is a first-time candidate for the New York State Assembly's 70th District (Harlem). This Juneteenth, she reflects on the legacy that led to New York's current public housing crisis.
Senate Committee On Indian Affairs Hosts Historic Listening Session For Indigenous Leaders: "Cannabis In Indian Country"
The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs held its first-ever listening session on Indigenous communities and the cannabis industry, hosting over 100 tribal leaders.
Why should we stop using the term "marijuana"? The word has a centuries-deep history rooted in racist practices and misinformation. Instead, call it cannabis.
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.
Regenerative Cannabis Live: United Nations Hosts First Conference Aligning Cannabis Industry and Sustainable Development Goals
The United Nations hosted Regenerative Cannabis Live, the first conference in history to align the cannabis industry with international Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
The latest updates in the case of Matthew Baker, the only Black suspect in the McDonough, Georgia "Bonfire Killings," show that the state's systemic racism could jeopardize Baker's right to a fair trial despite evidence for his innocence.
Dancer Quentin Robinson founded the nonprofit Movements 4 Movements to create social impact through the power of movement; from working with veterans to refugees to children's groups, Robinson and his crew are moving the world.
Rapper Redman is redefining equity and cannabis legalization policy through the National Cannabis Party, co-founded in 2021 with Sephida Artis-Mills. What's next for him in politics, art and more?
Gary Chambers' Senate Campaign in Louisiana Stirs the Pot: Candidate for Congress Is Pro-Cannabis, Anti-Gerrymandering
Gary Chambers went viral with his Senate campaign ads when he smoked a blunt and burned the Confederate flag. Now the Congress hopeful from Louisiana is gaining more ground among the cannabis community. Can he win in 2022?
New York Cannabis News: City and State Government Officials Embrace Industry, Focus on Equity and Community Reinvestment
As New York honors 420 (National Cannabis Day), city and state government officials are committing to a viable cannabis industry. Here's the news from the National Cannabis Party's Cannabis Community Reinvestment Act to the first Adult-Use Conditional Cultivator Licenses and more.
Founded by Lil Wayne, Young Money is one of the most important labels in hip hop. The Mula Gang is known for being a family. Meet the newest additions: Five Young Money artists to watch in 2022!