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ACHEM Watch Party - Our Caribbean CHEM(h)ist(o)ry Part 2
ACHEM Watch Party - Our Caribbean CHEM(h)ist(o)ry Part 2

Sat, Dec 03



ACHEM Watch Party - Our Caribbean CHEM(h)ist(o)ry Part 2

Exploring Multicultural Cannabis Histories - The Pan-Caribbean Perspective

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Dec 03, 2022, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM PST


About the event

Our CHEM(h)ist(o)ry:

  • Exploring Multicultural Cannabis Histories
  • Using Those Histories as a Roadmap Toward Advocacy, Health, and the Economic Advancement of BIPOC Communities

Did you miss Global Health Summit 2022? Do you just want to relive the moments? During the summit, we told our stories - the stories of people of color in relation to the cannabis plant. Now, we're giving you a second chance to hear ACHEM's Board of Directors take you on a journey through various BIPOC communities, explaining their history with the plant and the industry surrounding it. You'll also hear panelists representing Pan-African, Pan-Indigenous, Pan-Latin, Pan-Caribbean, and Pan-Asian perspectives discuss how to utilize the lessons from our histories to get to a point of health equity - the assuredness of access to full health and wellbeing for all. After the panel discussion, we'll have a dialogue amongst the Watch Party attendees. Don't miss it!

Our Caribbean CHEM(h)ist(o)ry is part 5 of this 7-part Watch Party Series. This session features Dr. Safiya Lyn-Lassiter's presentation, "Cannabis & Jamaica West Indies Culture,"  and the Pan-Caribbean Panel discussion, followed by a live conversation with YOU and other audience members about what you've taken away from the presentations.

Each session is FREE to attend for ACHEM members. Attendance is open to non-members for $20.

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