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Minorities for Medical Marijuana is committed to cultivating a culturally inclusive environment where diversity of thought, experience and opportunities are valued, respected, appreciated and celebrated. M4MM will serve as a resource to our community by providing information, referrals, advocacy, coordination and education regarding canna
Minorities for Medical Marijuana is committed to cultivating a culturally inclusive environment where diversity of thought, experience and opportunities are valued, respected, appreciated and celebrated. M4MM will serve as a resource to our community by providing information, referrals, advocacy, coordination and education regarding cannabis legislation, events, activities, initiatives and discussions.
Minorities for Medical Marijuana envisions a forward thinking and progressive approach to social justice and equality in cannabis. Through our commitment to education, public policy legislation, and outreach on issues important to diverse communities we hope to promote global citizenry that will encourage the spirit of inclusivity in cannabis.
Interested in bringing issues face to face with lawmakers? Build a strong grassroots strategy with advocates from M4MM, Marijuana Policy Project & Asian Cannabis Roundtable April 18-20th in Washington D.C.
Contact our National Community Program Director, Nicole Buffong for more information on attending.
Contact information: Nicole Buffong, email@example.com
(M)Procure is now accepting supply chain operators to speak on our platform throughout the year during First Friday's, Supplier Diversity Summit, and Cannatalk with Roz!
Submit your information today for an opportunity to be featured!
Submissions are open until April 10, 2023.
Must be an active member to qualify.
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While cannabis is now legal in nearly every state in the country, millions of Americans and undocumented residents remain incarcerated for non-violent simple possession cannabis charges. We applaud President Biden for recently granting a pardoned to 6,500 federal prisoners for cannabis procession, but the work is far from done!
Tragically, the pardon isn’t extended to state level charges which is where the bulk of the arrest happen. Imagine still sitting behind bars knowing that people can legally grow, sell and consume the same plant you were arrested for. Or worse, you find out that all of this is happening while it remains illegal federally.
Even more, multi-state cannabis corporations are emerging every day, while minorities are locked out of the industry because of convoluted regulation and other arduous barriers to entry. You can help.
With your support, you are helping the wrongly incarcerated get a clean slate in life and minority communities grow healthier socially and economically!
Will you act now to demand that the cannabis industry right the wrongs of the “War on Drugs”? Together we will create social impact for the same communities who were destroyed during prohibition.
Next month, during Black History Month, we will be kicking off a nation-wide fundraising campaign, Round Up For Social Justice, and we need your support. It is simple to participate, click the button below to register.
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