Equitable cannabis policy acknowledges that historically persecuted populations have limited access to the knowledge, money, and support they need to successfully conduct business within the cannabis industry. It’s not enough to simply expunge the records of folks who faced criminal charges for marijuana possession, while that is an important step, it leaves the rest of the staircase totally unaccounted for.
Life was already stressful for parents who are juggling kids, careers, homes, friends and everything else. Add uncertain pandemic times to that mix and we are all one mishap away from a total breakdown. CBD cocktails to the rescue! Check out this delicious CBD cocktail recipe by Mama Sam!
This month, Tokeativity, along with other members of the Floret Coalition, are donating to Equitable Giving Circle, a community of people committed to creating peer-led, community-funded, transformational change.
As legalization continues throughout the country, more discussions are happening about one sore spot in the cannabis space: Child Protective Services’ involvement, which often creates destructive [...]
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Tokeativity is run by Lisa and Sam, a female ganja-loving duo out of Portland, Oregon. Using monthly themed social gatherings as their calling to unite women of the Portland cannabis community, they have created a beautiful way for women to collaborate, engage and empower one another…all with a joint in hand!