Here’s What Happened to Slaves During Processing Procedures on Hemp Plantations

Did you know enslaved African Americans worked or leased for hemp processing on plantations? The work was arduous labor, made more miserable by the dust and pollen stirred up as they handled hemp. It was said, many of the hemp slaves developed coughs that took months to go away. Resource: http://www.edisonhouse.org

#BuyBlack | Adelina Sanchez Co-founder of Love Me More Infused

Love Me More! (introducing: Our CBD Infused Sensual Personal Serum) Written by: Adelina I. Sanchez  Think Different!  The encouragement of CBD use is now louder and pushed harder than ever. During a global pandemic, months of quarantine, and community & political tension, this has prompted consumers to actively research and find the different types of … Continue reading #BuyBlack | Adelina Sanchez Co-founder of Love Me More Infused

#HarvestMoon | An Interview with Tracey Schultz of PuffnPretty

Tracey Schultz rarely saw people who looked like her in the cannabis industry, and fewer products made and catered to the African-American culture. So she decided to be the change and create PuffnPretty, a brand to inspire, educate, and provide products for African-American professional women. Read on to find out what excites her about being … Continue reading #HarvestMoon | An Interview with Tracey Schultz of PuffnPretty

#HarvestMoon | Keep Going – Marquisa Jones, Founder of Lola’s Kisses

Photo Cred: http://www.hubcitymama.home.blog Jones, M. (n.d.). Keep Going [Web log post]. Retrieved from https://hubcitymama.home.blog/2020/07/15/keep-going/ I said it once (let’s be real I have said it a million times) and I will say it again…but 2020 is a big, ugly, bitter bitch, with no edges, and no chill. This year has just been one thing after … Continue reading #HarvestMoon | Keep Going – Marquisa Jones, Founder of Lola’s Kisses

#HarvestMoon | An Interview with Dominique & Brian of Sterling Alternatives

Out of Columbus, Ohio, Dominique & Brian came together from different sides of the cannabis plant before creating Sterling Alternatives. Sterling Alternatives is focused on combating the struggles women face each menstruation cycle with broad-spectrum CBD products. On their journey for quality information in the psychedelic space, they found a lack of people of color … Continue reading #HarvestMoon | An Interview with Dominique & Brian of Sterling Alternatives

#HarvestMoon | Why I love Harvest Moon (and Maybe You Should Too)

Autumn is my favorite time of the year. The air is cooler, the nights are longer and it officially kicks off Libra Season. October 1st is not only my birthday, but that of my middle brother, our grandmother, and that of our great great grandfather. Though no records of his birth exist due to being … Continue reading #HarvestMoon | Why I love Harvest Moon (and Maybe You Should Too)

#Juneteenth | Juneteenth Virtuation Replay is Available!

Heyy Kingdom!Thanks for showing up and showing out for our Juneteenth Virtuation: Black and Brown in a Psychedelic Community. Click the youtube link below to watch the replay! Love and Life, ShawmeekaFounder of Cann I Work Watch the Replay Here https://youtu.be/8lfI8pID8e0 The Juneteenth Virtuation: Black and Brown in a Psychodelic Community is a tribute to … Continue reading #Juneteenth | Juneteenth Virtuation Replay is Available!

#Juneteenth | The cannabis industry promised social justice. The moment demands that we now deliver.

May 30, 2020 OPINION & EDITORIAL By Brandon Dorfman When Colorado legalized cannabis almost a decade ago, positive social upheaval took a slight step forward. It gave the masses of activists who’d fought during the intervening years something new towards which they could aspire — hope. Amendment 64 would usher in a new era of criminal justice with … Continue reading #Juneteenth | The cannabis industry promised social justice. The moment demands that we now deliver.

#Juneteenth |We got the grill and ribs. All we need is you!

2020-06-19T20:43:00  days  hours  minutes  secondsuntilJuneteenth Virtuation: Black and Brown in the Psychedelic Community Did you get your tickets yet? Photo by Andrea Piacquadio on Pexels.com It's not too late! Click the banner to snatch your spot. 🙌🏼 Juneteenth Virtuation: Black and Brown in a Psychodelic Community is a tribute to the June 19th, 1865 announcement … Continue reading #Juneteenth |We got the grill and ribs. All we need is you!

#Juneteenth | Take a Look at the Benefits of Magic Mushrooms for African-Americans!

Snatch Your FREE Tickets Here! Have you heard of magic shrooms? I have. Like many others in our community, I believed it would make me crazy and frankly, it was "white folks" drugs. Well, take a trip with Angie X. She give some great insight into the taboo topic in the African-American community. The key … Continue reading #Juneteenth | Take a Look at the Benefits of Magic Mushrooms for African-Americans!