Do Good, Better
Cannabis is America’s new cash crop. So many are trailblazing ahead in the industry, while Black and Latinx Americans are still being affected by the injustices that this industry was built on. Less than five percent of cannabis businesses are black-owned, while black Americans are four times more likely to be arrested for cannabis possession.
Hear from purpose-driven leaders including Humble Bloom’s Solonje Burnett, National Bail Out’s Arissa Hall, and The Equity Organization’s Natalie Papillion, who are progressing an inclusive industry forward, and fighting for social equity, criminal justice reform, and all around good.
Let’s face it. Being inclusive and fair isn’t that hard. It’s a conscious choice we can all make. So let’s do it. RSVP and leave inspired to do good, better. You’ll also be signed up for the Miss Grass email–promise, no spam.