Blogs post engaging and helpful content that makes people want to read more. Successful blog creators know how to communicate with their target audience, because they recognize how their audience thinks and feels.
If you’re looking for black and brown blogs to follow or if you’re looking to start your own cannabis blog, we have 5 diverse blogs to follow on an array of cannabis niches. Read on!
Through advocacy, entrepreneurship, and education, Marijuana Matters identifies and eliminates barriers to economic opportunity in regulated cannabis markets for those disadvantaged by marijuana’s criminalization. Our vision is simple: repair what’s been dismantled, restore what’s been destroyed, and reclaim what’s been displaced.
Marquisa Jones -Founder of Lolas Kisses is a mom of five straight outta Compton…trying to pursue my dreams, do arts & crafts with the kids, drink my water, do squats, while bumping Lil Kim.
Texas Cannabis Today is a cannabis lifestyle digital and physical publication that celebrates the best of cannabis in Texas. We are here to amplify cannabis education and voices in Texas. We feature entrepreneurs, products, and report on the future of technology in hemp.
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M4MM’s mission is focused on providing advocacy, outreach, research, and training as it relates to the business, social reform, public policy, and health /wellness in the cannabis industry.
The Farmacy Berkeley is designed to make learning about and buying cannabis as empowering and inviting as possible. Education is an enormous part of our mission—we don’t just see ourselves as a retailer, but as a resource pushing the conversation about cannabis forward and informing those who might be completely new to cannabis overall.
Shonitria has developed a presence and platform to aid and inspire other moms who publicly – or may want to – consume cannabis. She acknowledges the need for black and brown cannabis moms to be reflected in the cannabis industry and welcomes the change with Blunt Blowin’ Mama!
We hope our list has helped you with respect both for design and content if your goal was to find inspiration from a new blog.
Which black and brown blogs do you follow? Let us know in the comments below.