Tea Pad is Back in D.C. June 17th to Celebrate Juneteenth!
Cambridge, Maryland was the perfect backdrop to celebrate Black History Month with Darry Hill, a cannabis industry entreprenuer who's been breaking down racial barriers in for decades. Darryl spoke of the need to focus on economic parity vs a focus social justice .
DC- based cannabis industry entrepreneur Corey Barnette kicked led a provocative conversation on what social justice should like in the cannabis industry.
Natalie D. Eddington, PhD, FAAPS, FCP, professor and dean and executive director of the university regional partnerships at the University of Maryland, Baltimore shared her experiences as a woman of color in science, the challenges starting the nation's first graduate program and ts focus on professional workforce.
Tea Pad welcomed guests interested in learning more of the history behind Maryland's medical cananbis industry and its future.
Tea Pad was launched! Guests celebrated the launch of the first social enterprise and a change maker in
the cannabis industry, raising funds to support
The Tea Pad Scholarship for Minority Entrepreneurship.