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Black CannaBusiness Magazine is the premier B2B publication for Black cannabis business owners and professionals. When you partner with Black CannaBusiness Magazine, you become an ally of the only publisher of industry, business, legislative and educational content dedicated to Black owners and professionals in cannabis. Our integrated platforms include:

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Let’s face it, DEI is more than a buzzword.

It takes action. It takes commitment. It takes acknowledgement.

Acknowledgment that the war on drugs was harmful to communities of color. Acknowledgement that the cannabis industry should do its part to right these wrongs. Acknowledgement that it will take all of us working together to make a change.

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