When Natalie Cox and I were commiserating about the lack of a space to meet and connect with other Black women in Cannabis, we never in a million years anticipated that the Facebook group created to fill a deep need within would grow so fast and touch so many.
As of today, that idea has grown into a force of 655 women strong on Facebook, with a further following of 1927 and growing on Instagram.
From as far east as Montreal, as far west as Vancouver BC, and as far south as Trinidad, with sprinklings in Texas, California, Alabama, Maryland, NY, and Ottawa, we are showing the world that Afro Cannada Budsistas are connecting EVERYWHERE... and on March 10, 2021 our movement turns one. We are going to CELEBRATE on Saturday March 13, 2021 at 10PM EST until... and we'd love for YOU to join us!
THIS IS A FREE VIRTUAL DANCE PARTY for all of our Budsistas, our friends, families and amazing supporters. We are planning to do giveaways throughout the night.
If you'd like to donate a prize to our event, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
There is LIMITED CAPACITY in our Zoom room, so the only way to RSVP is to secure your ticket via Eventbrite. Use the link below to get your ticket today!
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