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Rep. Barbara Lee Jun 14
“This is the first formal effort from the U.S. Capitol to try & bring parity to those communities disproportionately punished by the nation's racially tinged drug laws.” Time for ! Thanks for profiling this important effort.
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Rep. Barbara Lee Jun 14
I have a new bill! My RESPECT Resolution creates a framework for . Communities of color have borne the brunt of the failed War on Drugs. As the legal cannabis industry grows, we must ensure that this history of discrimination is not repeated.
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Lynne Lyman Aug 10
So honored to meet my tonight at the fundraiser 🙏🏾 we talked about working to ensure in this emerging market and advocating for the $10 million from 🌲🌳💨 😎
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CT Working Families Feb 6
"Whatever we do, it has to have a social justice component." Sen. McCrory calls for equity and racial justice in cannabis legalization. Let's get it done.
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Tour Happy Cannabis Mar 8
“Just a wild mountain rose, needing to grow. So I ran fearing not where I'd go. When a grows wild, it can always survive. Wildflowers don't care where they grow.” 🌿Lyrics: 🌿
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Tour Happy Cannabis Mar 7
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Central Coast Cal Growers May 14
@theHoodIncubator testifying at the State Capitol
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San Francisco Equity Group Feb 15
"The still-unnamed dispensary, owned by a company called Cole Ashbury Group, is also the first permit approved under city’s new cannabis equity laws that aim to prioritize victims of the War on Drugs over wealthy corporate owners."
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San Francisco Equity Group Feb 12
We are building an institutional model and fund to benefit underserved people in the form of jobs, ownership, training, and mentorship. (5/7)
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San Francisco Equity Group Feb 12
Today, we are a resource to all Equity Applicants seeking verification, licensing, permitting, and connections with Equity Incubators and other partnerships. (3/7)
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San Francisco Equity Group Feb 13
Tomorrow will be a historic day. The first Equity-owned business has a chance to clear SF's Planning Commission.
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QP_Christian Feb 8
Stalling implementation to ensure they get it right is wise. But will they also delay all businesses to maintain a level playing field? “First-in-nation marijuana program to redress war on drugs hits delay” via
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San Francisco Equity Group Feb 12
From barrier removal to funding social enterprise startups, we aim to spark a renaissance in business that both stabilizes communities and creates pathways to multigenerational prosperity. (6/7)
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San Francisco Equity Group Feb 12
The San Francisco Equity Group (SFEG) was formed in 2017 by a diverse group of community leaders serving San Francisco’s most underserved neighborhoods in order to fulfill the promise of cannabis equity programs. (1/7)
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San Francisco Equity Group Feb 12
We do this by providing resources, advocating for policies, and developing business models that expand ownership by Equity Applicants to positively impact and empower our communities. (2/7)
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Green The Church 8 Mar 17
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San Francisco Equity Group Feb 12
Together, we will create a new day for San Francisco, where communities of color are economically empowered to revitalize our communities, preserve our heritage, and spark a renaissance. (7/7)
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San Francisco Equity Group Feb 12
We work to provide them with mentorship and access to strategic advisors, and additionally serve as a resource to cannabis operators seeking to fulfill their equity partnerships. (4/7)
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Activism Articulated May 5
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QP_Christian Feb 6
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