The social justice awakening that followed George Floyd’s murder has spurred a similar movement among cannabis businesses, many of which are now investigating how they can implement anti-racist policies and principles. The problem is, recognizing systems of oppression and identifying how to address them in your organization is proving to be a difficult task for many business leaders.
In an industry that is 81% White-owned, even those companies that are dedicated to creating change are challenged by the complexity and a misunderstanding of the issues involved.
Cannabis Doing Good
In order to help businesses navigate their anti-racism efforts, Cannabis …