Urban League of Greater Atlanta hosts medical marijuana panel
Experts to share information for community and entrepreneurs
By: Urban League of Greater Atlanta
The town hall will feature a discussion with experts on the law and the economic opportunities and community and societal issues the bill will affect. Panelists, including policymakers, entrepreneurs, community leaders, residents and more will explore key provisions of the law and share insights on cultivation centers, dispensaries and business opportunities for minority and women-owned businesses. An audience Q&A will follow the panel.
The discussion will promote an understanding of the following:
· What's legal and what's not. What does it mean for you, your family and community regarding benefits or harm?
· How will the law change economic opportunities for minority businesses?
· How can you protect yourself as a consumer, producer or advocate for black business interests under the complex law?
· How communities of color can get a foothold in what is becoming a billion-dollar growth industry in the state, around the country and the world.
For more information on what is anticipated to be a fully attended session, please contact ULGA Legislative & Policy Director John Moye at 404-809-5476 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Urban League of Greater Atlanta:
Founded in 1920, The Urban League of Greater Atlanta is a civil rights organization dedicated to economic and civic empowerment. For 99 years, the mission of the Urban League of Greater Atlanta has been to "empower communities and change lives" by enabling African Americans and others to achieve their highest potential and secure economic self-reliance, parity, power and civil rights.
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The Urban League of Greater Atlanta is one of 88 affiliates in 35 states and the District of Columbia. Nancy Flake Johnson is president and CEO. The ULGA offers opportunities to connect with secondary education (HS Diploma, GED and Adult Basic Education to prepare for careers), post-secondary high demand occupational credentials, careers and employment, start and grow a small business, purchase a first home, learn wealth-building strategies and learn about the importance of leadership, volunteerism, civic engagement, advocacy and policy/legislation that impacts African Americans.
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