Entrepreneur Lance Nixon remains focused on launching his delivery company in Colorado. Photo courtesy of Khadijah Adams, LLC. Lance Nixon, who has recently received an approval as a social equity licensee in Colorado, is hyper-aware of the obstacles barring entry into the cannabis industry. He told Emerald, laughing, “this is the first [legal] business I’ve tried … [Read more...] about Meet Lance Nixon, Aspiring Entrepreneur and Social Equity Applicant
As the cannabis industry continues to evolve, the number of people entering is steadily increasing. In fact, according to The Motley Fool, from 2018 to 2021 there was a 21% employment growth rate in the cannabis industry. As cannabis transforms into a billion-dollar industry, many new entrepreneurs are eager to take part in this expanding market. However, … [Read more...] about Recent Study Shows More Support is Needed for Women and Minorities in Cannabis
Afternoon in an agave plantation at Tequila, Jalisco, Mexico. Photo credit: twenty20photos. The U.S. Hispanic community and cannabis have had a long and complicated history. Between 1963 and 1984, American scholars came up with the “Mexican hypothesis,” which helped fuel early racist cannabis laws. More specifically, according to the Social History of Alcohol and … [Read more...] about How the National Hispanic Cannabis Council Will Change Cannabis.
From left to right: Annette Mia Flores, Jenny Joslin, Kendall Watkins. Photograph by Chase McDaniel. The friendship trio that founded the cannabis-infused television comedy, High Herstory, was built from serving tables together in small-town Texas. Throughout college, co-founders Jenny Joslin, Kendall Watkins and Annette Mia Flores used cannabis together as a creative tool … [Read more...] about The Herstory Behind High Herstory
photo credit: Black Cannabis Week. There are over 328 people living in the U.S., but how many jobs and opportunities are available for all individuals? Black Cannabis Week Friends, family and members of the community gather around and get ready for this week because it’s Black Cannabis Week on September 19th-26th in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This week … [Read more...] about Black Cannabis Week