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5. Equity in Cannabis, Women & BIPOC: THE SOCIAL JUSTICE EPISODE

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Social justice and the modern cannabis industry, equity programs helping women affected by the War on Drugs, and why voting with your dollars matters.
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This episode covers:

Where social justice and cannabis history intersect today, and how we can all be part of creating a more equitable industry.

The social equity programs aimed at benefiting those harmed by unequal enforcement of federal drug policy.

The personal stories of women:

Leigh Maddox, a 20-year police veteran who came to believe that the War on Drugs was a failure.

A young mother, Liz Mora, incarcerated for a drug crime and the impact it had on her family and future.

Raeven Duckett, an equity license holder building a cannabis business in California, the largest regulated market in the U.S.


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