Haze Ent. and entertainment manager Hazey Taughtme are excited to announce the launch of their newest venture, Black Cannabis Magazine. The publication reports on the culture of legal cannabis, as well as the cultures it inspires.
The publication will explore the world of legal cannabis and its impact on all aspects of society. There will be stories about sports figures, celebrities, entrepreneurs, politics, music, fashion, and more. The first cover features award winning Whoopi Goldberg.
The official launch date for Black Cannabis Magazine is April 20th, 2021 with a launch event at the W Hotel in Hollywood.
“It’s an honor to grace the very first cover of Black Cannabis Magazine,” said Goldberg. “As a long-time cannabis advocate and entrepreneur, I’m happy to support the launch of a new publication focused on starting conversations and covering issues that educate, entertain, and inspire people of color in the cannabis community.”
Mr. Taughtme, Editor in Chief, believes Black Cannabis Magazine will shed a light on the positive impact legal marijuana is having on the global marketplace. He also wants to bring to the forefront the importance of legalization to communities in need of medicinal solutions.
Taughtme says. “I want my magazine to highlight people of color in the cannabis industry and hope that this type of storytelling will inspire more people to enter the cannabis industry.”
You can begin purchasing the magazine on blackcannabismagazine.com starting April 20th, which is a national holiday in the cannabis industry.
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