Imprisoned for a crime he didn't commit, Donyelle Woods and his family, aided by the nonprofit Silent Cry Inc., seek to end Michigan's history of wrongful convictions and oversentencing.
A diverse crowd of cannabis industry leaders gathered in the Hamptons for a private soiree with House of Puff, FlowerHire and Artet to benefit the Cannabis Impact Fund. Take a visual tour through the fun.
Strategic engagement of the arts as a transformative tool for social change can create more informed and culturally inclusive policies, Pastor Isaac Scott writes in this op-ed.
One crime, two sentences: Sheron Edwards's new memoir LIFE'S LENSES discusses what his unjust prison sentence has taught him about the U.S. justice system - and himself.
In the Hudson Valley, the "father of legal cannabis" speaks on the significance of the Juneteenth holiday and the MRTA's promise to marginalized communities.
I created ARMS in the hopes that we can be that outlet for those seeking expression, and/or to support those who wish to break free from stigmas regarding their race, upbringings, and/or financial limitations.
How many times have you seen the video of Eric Garner’s death? With how much precision or accuracy can you describe the moment in which NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo placed Garner in a lethal chokehold? Do you know how many times Garner uttered, with less and less breath each time, “I can’t breath?...
The event’s proceeds are dedicated to restorative justice endeavors for those who have been affected by our current era of cannabis prohibition in the United States.
Looking at other social trends, such as the normalization of LGBT rights, one of the biggest things for that movement was people having a face to associate with it.
We can recount at length the original criminalization of cannabis in the 1930s and again in 1970 as almost purely racist, political and economic.