Restorative Justice Programs

The War on Drugs unfairly targeted communities of cole and immigrants. These organizations are working hard on restorative justice initiatives to expunge criminal records and provide relief to the victims of this unfair injustice. Please support them and their valuable work through contributions and advocacy.

Norml offers a list of states that have enacted legislation explicitly permitting or facilitating the process of having past marijuana convictions expunged, vacated, otherwise set aside, or sealed from public view.

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Restorative Justice Programs

Arizona Social Equity Expungement

Helping expunge drug offenses and assisting with dispensary licensure lottery.

Here at Arizona Social Equity Expungement, we understand that previous drug enforcement laws negatively impacted the low-income and minority communities.  With the passing of Prop 207 in Arizona, our legal team is committed to helping you navigate the expungement process for free. Additionally, for those that wish to help themselves and/or family members apply for recreational marijuana dispensary licensure, we will help you apply and have your application fees paid for you! We want to be a catalyst for positive change. Since our beginnings in 2020, we’ve been driven by the ideas we initially founded our Non-Profit Organization upon support, empowerment, and progress.

Canna Convict Project

The mission of this collective is to assist Missouri non-violent MJ inmates with their release from prison. As well as create an exit plan that will assist them as they reintegrate back into society. Join us in supporting a group of hard-working people that put their time and resources into a great cause!

The Last Prisoner Project

The Last Prisoner Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to cannabis criminal justice reform. As the United States moves away from the criminalization of cannabis, giving rise to a major new industry, the fundamental injustice inflicted upon those who have suffered criminal convictions and the consequences of those convictions remain.

Through legal intervention, public education, and legislative advocacy, we work to redress the past and continuing harms of our country’s unjust and ineffective approach to drug policy.

Cannabis Social Equity Task Force – In 2020, Washington lawmakers created a Cannabis Social Equity Task Force, with the goal of better listening to and responding to residents who feel they’ve been negatively impacted by cannabis laws. The group was tasked to “make recommendations to promote business ownership among individuals who have been disproportionately impacted by the war on drugs, in order to remedy the harms resulting from the enforcement of cannabis-related laws.” Its 21 members include legislators, state employees, advocacy groups and members of the cannabis industry. Its overall goal is to “center the voices of black, indigenous and people of color communities that have been most impacted by enforcement of cannabis-related laws.” Source: The Spokesman-Review

The Weldon Project

The Weldon Project is dedicated to funding social change and financial aid for those still serving prison time and related offenses. Through extensive partnerships, the project launched the MISSION GREEN initiative to raise the bar for awareness, social justice, and equity by providing unique ways for businesses and consumers to participate in a nationwide campaign. Join us in giving back to a champion organization that is making changes and moving the needle forward!

Restorative Justice Programs



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