#CashColorCannabis Panel Takes Place In Atlanta to Discuss Minorities in the Cannabis Industry

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Last night, a new conversation series was launched entitled #CashColorCannabis. Hosted by creator of the documentary “The Color Green,” Mehka King, #CashColorCannabis is an intimate conversation about the ever-growing cannabis industry and its potential impact on our community. The event will be centered around an informative panel discussion focusing on topics including the current status of Georgia’s cannabis industry, insight on how to get involved in this multi-billion dollar industry, both on the economic and activism sides, and providing facts regarding useful purposes for cannabis while debunking propaganda and myths.

Panelists included:
Yohannes Warner, Founder of Hydroponics War
Michael Hempzor
, Cannabis and Hemp Lobbyist
Sharon Ravert, Executive Director Peachtree NORML
Royal-
Founder of ATL Baked

The series is derived forthcoming documentary “The Color Green” which takes examines the declassification of cannabis in the country and where Minorities fit in the new industry. The film explores the stigma and propaganda associated with cannabis, the ineffective war on the drugs and how its racially biased policies impacted minority communities, just how differently two different generations view cannabis, and how minorities can turn these new laws into a way to heal, live and build a legacy.

Targeting Atlanta Georgia, Washington D.C., New York City New York, New Jersey and Boston Massachusetts, we speak with cannabis professionals, journalists, politicians, experts, celebrities about this new “Green Rush,” and how it could benefit a group of people once terrorized by it. The movie opens in March 2017.

#CashColorCannabis boasted a full crowd and thoughtful conversation as well as networking opportunities. See more pics from the event below and look for #CashColorCannabis to come to a city near you.

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