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Introducing the first black-owned legacy Detroit marijuana dispensary. Now open and serving Detroit residents.
Doghouse Farms™ and Sheefy McFly have united their unique brands to create Cannabis brand, Crud™
Here are Eight Black-Owned CBD and THC Cannabis Edibles for Discreet Relief from pain and insomnia to support.
Parents getting high. It is, perhaps, the last taboo in the places where cannabis use has otherwise lost its stigma. Parenting — have you heard? — is hard and can be some of the most stressful moments of your adult life. And though some parental vices (over drinking or over...
Stylemaker Profile: Vetra Stephens is defining what cannabis success looks like. She is one of BLAC’S favorite Detroit Stylemakers.
93 Boyz is Chicago’s first Black-owned cannabis brand and the first to pair top-shelf genetics with a mission of giving back.
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Juneteenth is a federal holiday, commemorating the day that enslaved Africans in Texas were ultimately emancipated from slavery, two and half years after Lincoln decreed the Emancipation Proclamation. Before it was made a national holiday, Black communities around the country enjoyed yearly celebrations of independence that included sporting events especially baseball,...
What are cannabis terpenes? Cannabis terpenes are terpenes that are found in the cannabis plant. They are responsible for the unique smell and flavor of each cannabis strain. Additionally, cannabis terpenes offer a variety of benefits that can improve your overall health and wellbeing. Some of the most common include myrcene,...
The cannabis industry is forecast to grow to $30 billion by 2025, and Method Man wants a piece of the pie for his community. The cannabis entrepreneur is set to launch his TICAL brand in five Black-owned Detroit dispensaries this week, including Remedy, House of Zen, House of Mary...
Social equity does not work? But why? For some strange reason, we have begun to interchange the words equity and equality. And, yes, they do share similar meanings to a large extent, but the biggest difference is that equity requires ownership. At its core, social equity can change the landscape of...
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