Activism

BIPoC-owned Cannabis Dispensaries and Brands

20 December 2021

Support BIPoC owned cannabis dispensaries and brands. If you have a place or brand to add to this list please email us!

Read the original article in our Issue 02, page 60-71, or view other ways you can help.

US Retailers

Anacostia Organics
Washington D.C.
anacostiaorganics.com
IG: @anacostiaorganics

Blunts and Moore
Oakland, CA
bluntsandmoore.com
IG: @blunts.and.moore

Budding Culture
Portland, OR
buddingculturepdx.com
IG: @budding.culture

Cannabliss
Washington D.C.
shopcannabliss.com

California Street Cannabis Company
San Francisco, CA
californiastreetcannabis.com

Josephine & Billies
Los Angeles, CA
josephineandbillies.com
IG: @josephineandbillies

Kinfolk Dispensary
Washington D.C.
kinfolkdispensary.com
IG: @kinfolkdispensary

Mankind Cannabis
San Diego, CA
mankindcannabis.com

Ohana Cannabis
Emeryville, CA
ohanacannabis.com

Pure Oasis
Boston, MA
mypureoasis.com
IG: @mypureoasis

Sativa Remedy
Buffalo, NY
sativaremedy.com
IG: @sativaremedy

Simply Pure
Denver, CO
simplypure.com

Canadian Retailers

Bodega
Toronto, ON
whatisbodega.com

Greenport
Toronto, ON
greenport.store

The Kure Cannabis Society
Chilliwack, BC
kurecannabissociety.ca

Superette
Ottawa + Toronto, ON
superetteshop.com

Cannabis Brands & Products

Mellow
Vancouver, BC
buymellow.com

RedBelly Honey
online
Product: Naturally infused CBD honey
Redbellyhoney.com

Msiku
About: Majority Mi’kmaq owned
Product: Cannabis flower
Atlanticann.com

Buy Msiku at:
Ontario Cannabis Store, Ontario
Purple Circle, Toronto, Ontario

Juice Joint
Philadelphia, PA + Online
Product: CBD infused juice:
Ilovejuicejoint.com

Inertia's Root
Nashville, TN + online
Product: cannabis flower, hemp tinctures + balms
interiasroot.com

Ardent
online
Product: Decarboxylators, Infusion kits
Ardentcannabis.com

Frigg
online
Product: CBD beauty products, CBD Pate de Fruit
GetFrigg.com

Oakland Extracts
San Franciso + LA, California
Product: Extracts, Live Resin Vape
Oaklandextracts.co
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