Author: Tauhid Chappell

Given the unprecedented times we live in, the CannAtlantic Conference will shift to a virtual gathering on Sept. 26, 2020.

Our conference will continue as planned, and we are monitoring the news about the Coronavirus (or COVID-19). We are operating under the CDC guidelines which encourage maintaining a clean environment and encouraging people to take care of themselves if they feel unwell.

Our conference will continue as planned, and we are monitoring the news about the Coronavirus (or COVID-19). We are operating under the CDC guidelines which encourage maintaining a clean environment and encouraging people to take care of themselves if they feel unwell.

As the 2020 Presidential Elections move forward, the legalization of cannabis for more than just medical use has become a campaign issue.

But what does that mean for communities of color, the communities that have been most impacted by cannabis’s status as a Schedule I narcotic?

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