As the U.S. economy struggles to recover from a recession spurred by the coronavirus pandemic, some cannabis retailers are looking for ways to cut costs while others are ramping up spending on measures to keep their employees and customers safe.
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The majority of Denver’s cannabis-focused businesses are owned and staffed by white residents, leading to a lack of opportunities for people of color to get involved in the industry, according to a city study released Monday.
Given the recent challenges our country is facing, my responsibility, as the head of our agency’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee, means more to me than I ever imagined. It is something I do with pride, not only as an African American woman who has been a part of the movement for as long as I can remember, but also as a member of the LGBTQ community.
If you’re open to taking your coffee decaf or drinking low-alcohol beer, the idea of lightening your cannabis dose is probably welcome. Unsurprisingly, today’s cannabis consumer generally isn’t looking to get stoned to the point of paralysis. But pot has never been as potent as it is today. According to a 2019 study, mean Δ9-THC concentration in cannabis has increased almost twofold in the past decade or so, from 8.9% in 2008 to 17.1% in 2017.
Any ideals that would have you shrink parts of yourself for the facade of ‘safety’ and myth of ‘progression’ just did not make sense to me. When I realized that my home state was not a safe space for a black queer woman, I left in search of real community and real safety. I had to learn how to create community and connection wherever I went.
The first week of June arrived in America as states struggled to “reopen,” with retailers and other types of vendors taking cautious steps toward the second phase of Federal and state officials’ plans for kick-starting the U.S. economy.
Consistent with the theme of the entire D&I Summit, final speaker and Curaleaf CMO Jason White brought everyone to tears within the first 30 seconds between his customized “I Can’t Breathe” Zoom background and his heartfelt personal story about how his sister texted him the night before saying, “Your Life Matters.”
The “wait outside” model of retail and take-out dining may have some kinks to work out, though. Curaleaf experienced a surge of marijuana customers when it was allowed to open on Monday. The lines of authority and responsibility on Commercial Street, it seems, aren’t always clear.