THE BIRTH OF A CHARISMATIC ANARCHIST
In 2011 California, Murshida Va, a Sufi teacher and musician, learned the Cannabis Underground was so large that the Feds had no interest in transactions of less than 100 lbs. and many jurisdictions didn’t consider under 40 lbs. significant. In a tiny, dusty Texas town at the Mexican border, she learned what it was like to wear handcuffs and a striped jumpsuit. She also learned that the Mexican Cartel was using slave labor in their marijuana fields, murdering people who tried to escape, and dumping 8-9 dismembered bodies into the river on the American side every weekend. Except that weekend— that weekend the body count wasn’t 8 or 9. It was 53.”
In 2012, as DEA agents went on a rampage, busting up legal medical dispensaries and “grows” in California, she lay beneath a paper-thin sheet in a freezing Richmond County, Georgia jail and had a vision— a vision of a great, green ocean, an underground ocean so vast that all of the actions of Criminal Justice amounted to little more than the games of children on a beach, scooping buckets of water out of the waves…
The American Cannabis Campaign was designed to restore our national cannabis industry by seeding a new American identity, an identity of non-partisan, patriotic pride in the economic, ecological, social, and medicinal power of legal American cannabis and hemp.
The proceeds from the American Cannabis Campaign go to seed the Let My People Go Fund, a 501(c)3 nonprofit fund designed to liberate cannabis felons by paying unconstitutional felony fines and surcharges in Georgia.
No one should be incarcerated for enjoying a plant. Buy our apparel. Proudly display the American Cannabis logo. Join our movement, and help us change the nation. Help us change the world. For the better…