NEW JERSEY CANNABIS AND COMMUNITY LEADERS HOST CANNABIS LEGALIZATION AND SOCIAL EQUITY IN THE GARDEN STATE ZOOM DISCUSSION ON “CHALLENGES, CHOICES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN TRENTON” ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2021 FROM 3:00PM-5:00PM (EST)

The Black Cannabis Equity Initiative(BCEI) and the Capital City Area Black Caucus in conjunction with a host of community organizations, cannabis thought experts, business leaders and social equity voices from throughout New Jersey are sponsoring an Inside Cannabis Social Equity in New Jersey zoom discussion on Friday, September 10, 2021 from 3:00pm – 5:00pm(EST). This BCEI virtual discussion will be an opportunity to bring stakeholders together on this cannabis legalization journey to share insights and perspectives as well as hear cannabis updates from national, state and the City of Trenton representatives, presentations on Access to Capital and a Community Leadership “Hot Topics” discussion with local Trenton community leaders and social equity advocates.

Confirmed participants to date include: Brian Vicente, Nationally Recognized Cannabis Attorney, Vicente Sederberg, Honorable Sam Frisby, Chair, Mercer County Commission, Honorable Jeannine LaRue, NJ Lobbyist, Tracey Syphax, Businessman and Member, Cannabis Trade Federation, Jennifer Cabrera, Attorney, VS Strategies, Rick Kavin, Trenton Cannabis Policy Coordinator, Dan Fatton, Chairman, Trenton Planning Board, Tavarres King, CEO, Suite 420 Access, Jerel Registre, Managing Director, Curio Wellness BWMV Fund, Rev, Charles Boyer, Founder, NJ Salvation and Social Justice and Pastor, Greater Mt. Zion AME Church, Leo Bridgewater, Businessman & Director, Veterans Outreach, Minorities For Medical Marijuana, Ed “NJ Weedman” Forchion, Businessman & Social Equity Advocate, Faye Coleman, CEO, Pure Genesis, Tahir Johnson, United States Cannabis Council, Jasi Edwards, NJ State Coordinator, Minorities for Medical Marijuana.

BCEI Coordinator, John Bailey said, “this cannabis conversation looking at the City of Trenton in comparison with the state and national cannabis landscape should be very interesting in that the regulations and CRC rules are here and municipalities are opting in or out. Trenton is a city impacted by the War on Drugs and how it responds as well as prepares for the journey forward is important and could set the tone for legalized adult use in New Jersey.”

For more information contact John Bailey at 720-629-0964 or johnbailey062@gmail.com

Anyone who wants to join the conversation can use the link below: Join Zoom Meeting[9/10 Only]
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89752909106?pwd=NkNwMVFOU1Y1Uk5XV1lQTzNhY2d4QT09
Meeting ID: 897 5290 9106
Passcode: 194903

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