Brand Spotlight: JUSTICE JOINTS

Brand Spotlight: JUSTICE JOINTS
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It’s no secret that cannabis legalization hasn’t magically reversed the War on Drugs. While we have people still sitting in jail for nonviolent cannabis offenses, as well as those who are struggling for reentry into society from jail time, it’s clear that there is still much more work to be done as advocates. Although it’s largely up to lawmakers and the powers that be to legislate necessary changes on local and federal levels, many companies and organizations have stepped up to help supplement and support the community. One of these altruistic companies is JUSTICE JOINTS, which has earned the spot as High Times’ Brand Spotlight this month. JUSTICE JOINTS has a strong backing, as it was launched by the California-based luxury cannabis brand, CANNDESCENT back in October 2020. The brand was launched with the pure intention of creating an avenue to give back funds that aid those most affected by cannabis prohibition. What sets this brand apart from others, is that 100 percent of profits from JUSTICE JOINTS are donated to aid BIPOC communities in ownership and participation in the cannabis community. The funds also go toward supporting programs that release prisoners, expunge records and help facilitate successful reentry for those who have nonviolent cannabis offenses.  JUSTICE JOINTS is unique in that it puts the power of change into the hands of both consumers and retailers alike. All in all, this brand empowers everyone in our community to band together for a greater good. “JUSTICE JOINTS provides an opportunity for the entire cannabis community to rally and to change the world we have into the one we want,” CANNDESCENT CEO Adrian Sedlin stated in a press release. “As industry participants, we feel a massive imperative to help the thousands of people still jailed for selling the same plant we do,…

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