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“#ICYMI: "Black Mental Health Day won't solve racism but it might help cope with some of its effects" Sheldon Mellis @MHCC_ & Khadisha Thornhill @budsistas @AfroBudsistas joined Good Mornings with @DahliaKurtz!
Report urges researchers to study cannabis and mental health in Black communities | The Star
The report follows three virtual dialogues the MHCC hosted in late 2020 and early 2021; one with researchers, another with community organizations, and a third with the broader community.
Report highlights lack of cannabis and mental health research for BIPOC Canadians - Mugglehead Magazine
The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) is calling for more research and action involving Black and other underrepresented communities in the cannabis industry, as a new report shows a gap in information related to the plant and BIPOC mental health.
Let’s Get International: Cannabis in Canada
Listen to this episode from Bluntly Black Girls on Spotify. The week Highness Queen Kadeshia of AfroCannadaBudSistas stopped by and took a few bong rips with me. We talk about mental health, the importance of checking in and what the cannabis landscape looks like up North in Canada for Black women. Come smoke with us! Contact Kadehsia / AfroCannadaBudSistas IG @afrocannadabudsistas
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