Cannabis Brands Kick Off the Holiday Season with Giving Tuesday

December 1 is Giving Tuesday, a holiday created to highlight nonprofits and other organizations that work locally and globally to spread generosity...

The Cannabis Industry Celebrates the Holiday Season by Helping Others

The year 2020 is coming to an end and a lot of us are saying, “Good riddance,” and “Don’t let the door...

Colorado’s ‘Street Wise Boulder’ Showcases Arts-Driven Social Activism

More than thirty street art murals recently appeared across Boulder, Colorado, created for the second annual Street Wise Boulder festival. From large-scale...

Wildfires Bring Destruction, Renewed Demand for Disaster Relief

WEST COAST, United States – The fires are still burning, some uncontrolled, in hundreds of hot spots across California, Oregon, and Washington...

Randall Huft Asks, ‘Where Have All the Protest Songs Gone?’

I grew up in a time of social unrest and political protest. My parents were antiwar activists and involved in the civil...

Commemorating LGBT Pride in 2020

Los Angeles, California-based, non-profit group Christopher Street West organized what is believed to be the world’s first permitted parade advocating for gay...
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Viola’s Al Harrington Wants to Make 100 Black Cannabis Millionaires

LOS ANGELES – Veteran baller and cannabis entrepreneur Al Harrington, founder and chief executive officer at cannabis producer Viola Brands, has committed...

Cannabis and Coronavirus: Industries Adjusting to Losses, ‘New Normal’

The unofficial start of Summer 2020 saw crowds of Memorial Day consumers celebrate the long weekend cautiously (and some not so cautiously),...

Cannabis and Coronavirus: Community Outreach Continues

Ed. Note: This story is part of a continuing series about the cannabis industry’s humanitarian efforts during the coronavirus, COVID-19 pandemic.

Cannabis and Coronavirus: Social Equity, Economic Relief, and Fundraising

Ed. Note: This story is part of a continuing series about the cannabis industry’s humanitarian efforts during the coronavirus, COVID-19 pandemic.