Forgive me. I gave up eating red meat over a decade ago. It’s not a sentiment widely understood in the meat lovers’ haven that is Kansas City. Okay. I still eat some fish and I still eat some foul. And I’m not criticizing anyone for their love of steak and bacon. I just personally decided […]
About Amber Langston
Amber Langston is a Missouri native and outspoken advocate for social, economic and environmental justice. Ms. Langston served as the campaign manager for Columbia, Missouri’s two successful municipal cannabis initiatives in 2004 while studying rural sociology at the University of Missouri. Amber has served as an outreach director and international liaison for Students for Sensible Drug Policy in Washington, DC, as field support for Americans for Safe Access in Oakland, CA, and as media liaison for California’s Proposition 19 to tax and regulate cannabis in November 2010. Amber returned to Missouri in 2011 to lead Show-Me Cannabis Regulation, the state-wide effort to legalize marijuana in the Show-Me State. After failing to qualify that petition for the November 2012 ballot, Ms. Langston initiated her work with Women Against Prohibition, an organization dedicated to promoting women in politics and ending marijuana prohibition, where she currently serves as Executive Director.