As the cannabis industry has grown, these African-Americans have been vocal in normalizing cannabis use and have made a name for themselves in the cannabis community.
1. Snoop Dogg (@snoopdogg)
Snoop Dogg founded the company Merry Jane, it is a platform that has content related to cannabis news, style, food, business, and politics.
2. Chef Miguel Trinidad (@chefmigsnyc)
Chef Miguel uses canna-oils and butters to create an incredible canna-infused meal. At 99th Floor, you will have a prime fine dining experience.
3. Hope Wiseman (@iamhopesodope)
Hope Wiseman, a WAGS Atlanta cast member, founded Mary and Main at the age of 25, making her the youngest black dispensary owner in the United States.
4. Lizzy Jeff (@lizzyjeff)
Lizzy Jeff is a cannabis and wellness influencer who founded Zen & Kush, a lifestyle brand, community, and event company dedicated to culture and renaissance.
5. The Dank Duchess (@thedankduchess)
The Dank Duchess focuses on educating and inspiring fellow cannabis lovers, she is a highly sought public speaker in the cannabis circuit who talks about cultivation and hash making.
6. David Ja Rodd Irving (@david_irving95)
David Irving is an NFL player turned cannabis activist. He is vocal about normalizing cannabis use and issues related to professional athletes and cannabis use.