This is Philadelphia’s largest, newest coalition combating poverty

Generocity contributor Brandon Dorfman takes a deep dive into how poverty manifests in Philadelphia, and the unprecedented coalition that has committed to lift 100,000 Philadelphians out of it in the next five years.

Video exclusive: Vicente Fox on Khiron Life Sciences, ethical leadership, and the rise of the Mexican cannabis industry

“We cannot let a lack of ethics, we cannot allow crooks [to] get involved in this industry,” he continued. “It costs too much time and too much work to open the industry to legalize it, so we have to make sure that this is a long-lasting industry and economic sector, and not a gold rush.”

How ‘Gentleman Farmer’ Mike West Became The Cannabis Industry’s First Man Of Science

"I got into the [cannabis] industry because I was trying to grow plants to save my life," Mike West told me over the phone recently. A farmer, researcher, and entrepreneur, West has an encyclopedic knowledge of cannabis that's matched only by his passion for helping people. "Nothing that the government's going to do is going … Continue reading How ‘Gentleman Farmer’ Mike West Became The Cannabis Industry’s First Man Of Science

Minorities for Medical Marijuana’s CEO and Founder Roz McCarthy spoke to the skepticism people of color have towards the cannabis industry at the CWCBExpo in New York City

“As you know there’s always been a disparity in regards to incarceration, in regards to the War on Drugs for people of color,” Roz McCarthy, Founder and CEO of Minorities for Medical Marijuana told PotNetwork News recently at the Cannabis World Congress and Exposition.

Positive Nelson brought medical cannabis to the U.S. Virgin Islands. At CANNAVAL this summer, he’ll bring education and empowerment too.

Positive T.A. Nelson, a former seven-term senator and the current Commissioner of Agriculture of the U.S. Virgin Islands tried several times to pass legislation legalizing medical cannabis before he was ultimately successful this past January. After a long-fought battle, Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. finally signed into law the Virgin Islands Medicinal Cannabis Care Act.

Prohibitionists have become drug war profiteers. Equity First Alliance is here to hold them to account.

Carbajal is the Executive Director of The Social Impact Center, a 501(c)(3) out of Los Angeles that, in her own words is a hub for organizers and serves as a bridge between government, grassroots, industry, and people. The group empowers underserved communities by developing leaders through education, storytelling, and community building.

A cannabis industry dominated by women? That would be revolutionary, says Women Grow’s Chanda Macias.

Corporate culture is dominating the cannabis space these days, and of the many down-level effects that shift is placing on the industry, none can be felt more than the decline of women. As Marijuana Business Daily reported a few years back, in just two short years, from 2015 to 2017 the number of women in the industry fell from 36 percent to 27 percent.

This Is The Story Of The DEA’s Fight With Hemp And CBD Oil That You Don’t Know

“Also, a funny story that takes a half-hour to tell so I won't tell it other than to say I attracted a cease and desist letter from the US Secret Service for stamping "I Grew Hemp" on all of the dollar bills coming out of George Washington's mouth,” recalled Joy Beckerman about her early days as an advocate for hemp.