The Cannabis and Hemp Social Equity Movement strives to implement equitable enterprise ownership and employment opportunities to effectively decrease disparities in life outcomes experienced by people living in marginalized communities and by people disproportionately impacted by the War on Drugs.
The entrepreneurs in our accelerator have taken the ultimate pathway to legalization through a bold initiative to exact poetic justice of empowerment in an industry where the doors had been closed. The ownership and business teams in our accelerator are authentically of and for community and are diligently striving to bring best in class cannabis products to market.
Ujima Tribe Enterprises, LLC is also committed to implementing the City of LA’s mandate that the total payroll for each Social Equity venture consist for 50% local hire and 10% transitional hire employees. Our portfolio of companies are slated to employee over 75 local residents who live within 5 miles of the operating sites, all of which are located in South Los Angeles.
Better known as H.H.G. (Double H G).
Legend in the making, CEO and Co-Founder, Howard Harriston has implemented his very own lifestyle and culture into a growing marijuana industry.
Howard also owns a successful construction assistance company by the name of Top Flight Trucking.
As he believes in opportunity and growing the culture, he has blended the bicycling lifestyle into his growing company. Athletes now have an outlet after a good workout to relax and heal the body with the best products in the industry.
Mentioning the youth and allowing social equity opportunities will allow a successful transition into the new marijuana market.
Better known as Splash Man.
Hailing from Honolulu, Hawaii,
"Splashman" LV Robinson is a multidisciplinary Plant Medicine practitioner. LV is a lifelong student of all-natural health and wellness concepts and lifestyle.
Currently engaging in the creation of products to address the need for high quality, affordable homeopathic medicinal options in the urban community and beyond.
Better known as Mama Clark.
I am Mama Clark, mother of Stephon Clark, a 22 year old Black man killed by the Sacramento Police Department in his grandmother’s backyard on March 18, 2018; while only holding a cell phone.
As you may know, my family has mobilized to bring justice for my son and other families impacted by police violence. We have founded the I Am SAC Foundation; rallied to have the Stephon Clark Law implemented in California; operate the Stephon Clark Library and Justice Museum; and proud owner of Justice Tree Cannabis Brand.
Better known as City God 323.
This public figure goes by many names but is mostly known in the music industry and the community as City God.
Community activist, homeless engagement specialist, elite soccer & basketball coach and hip-hop artist developer, Jhakil Doyle takes on the new role as Chief Compliance Officer with Ujima Tribe Enterprises.
Returning to the company with open arms, he doesn’t hold back and continues to shock his own culture with new opportunities and partnerships, bringing all he knows into the marijuana industry.
City God is the most versatile Virgo you will ever meet, and his impressions last a lifetime.
Better known as "Dr. O"
Chicago Native, “Dr. O” also known as Olivia Thompson, majors and is certified in parenting, substance abuse, counseling, domestic violence prevention and early childhood education and development. Dr. O is a well-known community activist and the author of “ Dear Dr. Price, A Letter To My Pastor”.
She is all about the children and families working together through Social Equity Economic Freedom.
Also known as The Brain.
Often referred to as “The Brain”, Sherri Franklin is the textbook version of a pioneer. Making Los Angeles a better place for over 30 years under the prosperous company, Urban Design Center. She serves all of the local communities of Los Angeles, California helping disproportionately impacted areas. Developing multiple revolutionary California development projects, Sherri now displays her various business skills and ethics into the marijuana industry. With an unlimited amount of reachable resources, Ms. Franklin calls for all hands on deck
Also known as HooRyder.
“Supa Dave” the Hoorydahjoins the fight against social infidelities as Ujima Tribe’s digital design pro. With over 30 years of experience on a computer, David Morrison lends us his skills by taking over our Advertising and Marketing department. After work activities include golfing and developing some of LA’s most prestigious, college ready tennis players among other athletes. It is safe to say he is a cyborg in human form.
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