Committee Blog Site: Marijuana Reform #StartsAtThePolls– Citizen Set
Given you by NCIA’s Advertising and marketing Committee, Social Justice Subcommittee
Lisa Jordan, Canna Advisors; Rudy Schreier, MMLG; and Carolyn Gerin,
Cannawise The goal of the Social Justice Subcommittee of NCIA’s Marketing and Advertising Committee is to make sure that the social justice work of attending to convictions, providing opportunities, and reinvesting in poor and minority neighborhoods that have actually been damaged for decades by the “war on drugs” is not lost in the wider cannabis reform efforts. The Social Justice Subcommittee’s recent activities have been concentrated on the #StartsAtThePolls campaign, and bringing NCIA members and their personnel this #StartsAtThePolls Voter Package.
This basic Voter Package was created to assist citizens prepare for the Election Day on November 6. It consists of prep pointers, resources, voter rights, and what to do/who to get in touch with if they notice an infraction(i.e.: can’t find their polling location, etc). #StartsAtThePolls is where it all begins. All of us need to appear to vote as Americans and a market. NCIA helps bring it all together in an arranged style at the nationwide level.
The Citizen Set is an excerpt from the recently released title ‘ Road Map For Revolutionaries: Resistance, Advocacy, and Advocacy For All” composed by authors Elisa Camahort Page (co-founder of BlogHer), Carolyn Gerin (Co-Founder, Cannawise), and Jamia Wilson (Executive Director, Feminist Press). This Citizen Set was produced by the promotion team of Random House/Ten Speed Press with their consent for NCIA committees to utilize as a resource for NCIA members and their personnel, and published with the endorsement of the Advertising and marketing Committee, and Social Justice subcommittees.
Keep in mind to have a look at NCIA’s Citizen Resources, consisting of Secret Races to View, and Congressional Scorecards.
Leave a Reply
Previous Post: Mike Tyson Shops His Marijuana Farm TELEVISION Show
Next Post: Committee Blog: Safeguarding Stash-Assets