Aja Allen is Making History Everyday as 4thMVMT’s latest partner to open her doors.

By BCB Staff Writer

Aja Allen, an original Los Angeles native (MLK and Crenshaw), has been a long-standing activist and voice in the cannabis community. Most recently, Aja was the first of 21 social equity applicants sponsored by the investment group, 4thMVMT to open her own Sixty Four & Hope dispensary in mid-city Los Angeles.

As a guest on the Black Friday podcast, Aja talks over-policing in communities of color, what it takes to make it in the cannabis industry and her goals of positively impacting her community.

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