marijuana

Black Americans were over 38% of arrests in 2020.

Three words for Rep. Pete Sessions: Just say no.

While not a silver bullet, the president's move last week is seen by many as a step in the right direction.

Black leaders were reacting to Biden pardoning federal marijuana convictions by urging Congress and governors to do the same on the state level.

The president ordered “a full and unconditional pardon” for all U.S. citizens and permanent residents previously convicted of simple possession of marijuana at the federal level and in D.C.

The person behind the term "alternative facts" cited nonexistent marijuana "overdose deaths."

Chicago rapper and activist Vic Mensa has unveiled the first Black-owned cannabis company in Illinois, 93 Boyz.

Russell Allen was found guilty in 2019 of being in possession of less than 2.5 ounces of marijuana.

Fox News host Laura Ingraham blames marijuana use for the mass shooting in Texas and other instances of violence in America.

As an industry, cannabis has rapidly grown into a multibillion-dollar industry.

Marijuana is an amazing plant with an even more amazing history. Its uses date back before our civilization was even a thought.

A growing number of HBCUs are establishing programs to fight against the whitewashing of the cannabis industry and preparing their students to reap the benefits of working in this new and growing economy.