"The drug war never went away, but has certainly been revived by Attorney General Jeff Sessions to target people of color in the United States."
"You see, prior to making the documentary, Borman — a multi-award-winning filmmaker who helped produce The Eyes of Thailand and The Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia — had never even tried cannabis."
"Big Buds chatted with San Francisco-based attorney Steve Moskowitz of tax firm Moskowitz LLP about how Trump’s new tax reform legislation affects cannabis business owners."
"Rather than the back and forth, imagine what we could accomplish if cannabis were already fully descheduled, decriminalized, and legalized."
"This county has a president who is a real estate mogul, and moving populations has been his business model since he and his family have been in the businesses of real estate in Manhattan."
"To help amplify their voices, Big Buds talked to 33 women of color working at some capacity in cannabis — whether it’s through a dispensary, publication or advocacy organization — about their favorite parts of the industry, as well as what and who inspires them."
"There was a voice in my mind that said, 'If he can do this, I can certainly do this.'”
"Be sure to provide your reference an adequate amount of time for preparation."
"For instance, most people serving death by incarceration in Pennsylvania are from Philadelphia — which is also the poorest major city in the country."
O Mother, Where Art Thou? Mothers Still Frequently Incarcerated For Nonviolent Cannabis-Related Crimes
"Likewise, mothers make up the majority — more than three quarters — of women behind bars in the United States, and are often the sole caregiver in the family."
"As someone involved with the community radio movement, Graber also spoke on the need for accurate reporting of cannabis, which can further humanize those with drug convictions."