Advocacy: Mom by Day, Change Maker by Night

Advocacy: Mom by Day, Change Maker by Night

Once someone becomes a mother, they also become an advocate. Mothers advocate for their children in education, health care, relationships, and more. But what about those moms who are not only doing advocacy for their children but for other people’s children and for...
Getting Comfortable With Being Uncomfortable

Getting Comfortable With Being Uncomfortable

Toi Hutchinson, the new President and CEO of the Marijuana Policy Project, on being a mother and a lawmaker, and tackling tough conversations with kids about cannabis. Toi Hutchinson grew up understanding that cannabis wasn’t something you openly talked about in the...
Using Privilege for Change

Using Privilege for Change

Splimm founder shares her thoughts on why privilege can advance change in cannabis justice The transition to legal cannabis (in various degrees across the United States) has been a welcome change for most fans and patients of the plant. With numerous dispensary...
High-er Education: The FAFSA Act

High-er Education: The FAFSA Act

The Financial Aid Fairness for Students Act can give those with cannabis convictions access to college While pursuing my bachelor’s degree, I also was a young mother-to-be. Imagine attending classes while suffering from terrible morning sickness that lasted morning,...
Sweet Jane’s Outlook for 2020

Sweet Jane’s Outlook for 2020

At Sweet Jane, we strive to follow our own curiosites, knowing many of our current and future readers share them. We have dedicated our work to understanding the cannabis industry in an effort to educate new and existing consumers who are canna-curious or seeking more...
The Need for Weed Events

The Need for Weed Events

Attending cannabis events in adult-use states can be one of the most daunting or exhilarating experiences for new consumers.  Weed events can feel intimidating. Huge smoke clouds fill the room, joints are being rolled, smoked, and passed; and even the food served may...