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

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How to Do the Pot, A Modern Woman's Guide to Legal Cannabis
Duration: 27:33
Social justice and the modern cannabis industry, equity programs helping women affected by the War on Drugs, and why voting with your dollars matters.
For lots more helpful info on women + weed, check out The High Guide
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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.
For lots more helpful info on women + weed, check out The High Guide
hosted by @aprilpride / IG: @dothepot / email hi@dothepot.com
Thanks to our brand partner, Frigg. Visit www.getfrigg.com for 15% off with promo code DOTHEPOT
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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