Welcome to the high road.

You’re at least 21, right?

war on drugs

in prison for weed


Oakland native and mom Evelyn LaChapelle was sentenced to seven years in prison for a nonviolent, cannabis-related crime.
out about weed


Are you loud and proud or are you still keeping your consumption on the DL? The Miss Grass community sounds off about coming out.
racist history of cannabis


The exploitation of minorities in the cannabis industry, which began 400 years ago, is still happening today, but there are Black women taking the lead in this industry to make sure that minorities are given the space they’re owed.
support cannabis prison reform


100% of the proceeds of this exclusive Miss Grass tee go to the National Bail Out collective to fight the mass incarceration of people of color, bolstered by the War on Drugs.

Look Dope While You Smoke