Join us as M4MM’s Founder and CEO hosts a cannabis Ask Me Anything! Open to the cannacurious and those open to discussing the emerging cannabis industry!
There is no better time than now to address the issue when it comes Diversity, Equity, And Inclusion in Cannabis. “Let’s break that phrase down: equity, inclusion and diversity, because these are 3 separate things. The equity part means equal. Equal means I want folks to be able to have equal ownership. There is nothing like being able to own your piece of land or your own business. The inclusion part is all about workforce development and career exploration. If you look around, from the ancillary side to touching the plant [African Americans] are very low in regard to the percentage of the workforce within the cannabis space. The last piece is the diversity part. Diversity is an over-arching theme. We believe that diversity has to be a part of these organizations in the [cannabis] industry from the top to the bottom, and not just talking about it but really walking the walk.” Roz McCarthy, interview in EstroHaze
Join the Cannabis industry's largest ever Virtual event with 500+ exhibitors, 1,000+ attendees, over 50 programming sessions, virtual swag bag, cannabis industry resource guide, plus live announcement of the NE Canna Community Awards and NECANN Cannabis Competition winners.
M4MM presents DICE-Diversity in Cannabis Experience where your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve opportunities for minorities in the cannabis space. Your generous donation will fund our diversity in cannabis programs.
Join us for a Full Spectrum Conference Experience on why It's important to get together now more than ever. In California, cannabis is an essential business. Now that the stigma is finally a thing of the past, how do we make sure that the cannabis industry thrives? All eyes are on the industry as a revenue source but the death grip of high fees & taxes, lack of local acceptance, and the growth of the traditional market still make it difficult to survive, much less thrive.
Join us as we acknowledge and call the industry to action to dismantle systematic racism in the cannabis industry while standing in solidarity with the protests against systemic racism and violence against black and brown people in the United States! #WECANDOMORE
More Than A Moment: Dismantling Systemic Racism in the Cannabis Industry
(Call to Action Virtual Event Presented By MCBA and M4MM)
Calling All Cannabis: Media, Corporations, Business Owners, Bloggers, Trade Associations, Advocacy Groups, Non-Profits, etc.