Posts tagged with "marijuana movement"

ePa Live: An East Coast Cannabis Pioneer & BK’s Favorite Haitian Son

ePa Live Guests:

  • Jamila “Jay Mills” Hogan
  • Atibon Nazaire

Jay Mills is the founder of Ebony Green Society, she is a cannabis content creator, author, performing artist, community organizer and educator. She is the host of Pass The Jay Podcast. Jay is a cannabis industry pioneer. She is the first Black woman to manage a cultivation center on the east coast. She is the founder of The Green Life Learning Center, an international cannabis education company specializing in professional employee training standards for cannabis businesses. After some time in the herbal and holistic wellness industry and working at a DC medical dispensary she decided to focus on expanding her work, by creating opportunities for others and educating the community about the growing cannabis industry and all its uses. A powerful and deeply loved green leaf may just be the path to building generational wealth for Black folks, and Jay Mills wants to show you the way there.

To learn more about Jay Mills, her upcoming events and programs see info below:

Ebony Green | info@onlyebonygreen.com | 202.670.6867 | 712 H St. NE, Suite 1403 Washington, DC 20002 | IG @therealjaymills 

Jay Mills answers ePa Live: Question Of The Day

Jay Mills is a cannabis industry pioneer as the first Black woman to manage a cultivation center on the east coast.

Atibon Nazaire

Actor, Atibon Nazire 

Atibon is an award-winning actor and performer who lives in Brooklyn. His body of work includes films like FBI (2018), Fade to Black: The Trigger Effect (2013) Gabriel (2014), and Mountains. His passion for his Haitian culture and heritage led to the creation of Vodounchild and Brooklyn Loves Haiti merchandize you can purchase on Etsy. His new film, Mountain, is about a Haitian demolition worker who is faced with the realities of redevelopment as he is tasked with dismantling his rapidly gentrifying neighborhood.

Atibon Nazaire Answers ePa Live: Question Of The Day

Atibon Nazaire on his career as an actor and his new film, Mountain.