Monthly Archives: October 2019

Atatiana Jefferson, Killed in Her Own Home, Deserves Justice

Atatiana Jefferson, Killed in Her Own Home, Deserves Justice

Atatiana Jefferson was a loving aunt, who at 28 was happy to spend her Friday night at home with her eight-year-old nephew, Zion, playing Call of Duty so enthusiastically that she totally lost track of time. It was so hot in Texas this last weekend, so Atatiana Jefferson left her doors open. In a move […]

No One Wants to Give Your Kids Cannabis Candy This Halloween

No One Wants to Give Your Kids Cannabis Candy This Halloween

Halloween is a holiday that is all about community, scary fun, and kids in modern America. How sad is it that children have their joy infringed upon by urban legends completely unfounded in reality? For years, parents have felt compelled to check the candy their children bring home, looking for poison and razor blades. This […]

Washington DC Converts Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Washington DC Converts Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Content Warning: This article discusses Christopher Columbus and his various crimes, including racially-motivated murders, enslavement, and sexual assault. The public outcry against the holiday celebrating the monster we all know as Christopher Columbus has increased in recent years. Even South Park has done an episode about what a shitbag that guy really was. For those […]

Helping Reduce the Human Cost of Cannabis Prohibition in Georgia

Helping Reduce the Human Cost of Cannabis Prohibition in Georgia

Peachtree NORML, which operates out of Georgia, is helping to raise funds for expungement and reform efforts through Reform Georgia. Expungement efforts are critical because the criminal process for cannabis offenders often isn’t very fair, and the consequences of a victimless crime can last a lifetime. The more you know about cannabis, the more obvious […]

Could Pennsylvania Regulate Cannabis Like Alcohol?

Could Pennsylvania Regulate Cannabis Like Alcohol?

Legalizing recreational and even medical cannabis is a process that seems to strain the capabilities of state governments. For one reason or another, most states have struggled to create and implement a working regulatory framework and rollout both medical and recreational cannabis legalization. Even in states that have managed to hit their own deadlines, many […]

Amber Geiger and the Thin Blue Line

Amber Geiger and the Thin Blue Line

When the story of Botham Jean’s murder first made national headlines, the first reaction of many people was to feel angry. Many people worried, imagining the suffering of his family and believing that there was very little chance that the cop responsible for his death would ever see any sort of consequence. There’s good reason […]