Georgia CARE (Campaign for Access, Reform & Education) will participate in the first Southern Cannabis Reform Conference March 15 & 16 at the Spring St. & 4th St. event center hosted by the Peachtree Chapter of The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (Peachtree NORML).
James Bell, director of Georgia CARE, will speak Friday morning on “Marijuana Law Reform: Moving Georgia Forward”. Bell will reveal his vision for changing marijuana laws in Georgia.
The two day conference is the first of its kind in Atlanta and will attract activists from around the country to discuss cannabis and strategies to change the laws.
Others participants include:
Diane Goldstein: Law Enforcement Against Prohibition – Lieutenant Commander, Redondo Beach (CA) Police Department (Ret.)
Russ Belville: The Independent Voice of the Marijuana Nation on 420radio.org
Robert Platshorn: Author of the Black Tuna Diaries and America’s longest imprisoned (30 years) nonviolent marijuana offender.
Ron Crumpton: Alabama Medical Marijuana Coalition – Medical Marijuana Patient
Rick Day: Georgia NORML – Reform Activist – Spring4th Center Owner
Adrian Bernal: The Caravan for Peace with Justice and Dignity
Ebony Knight: Artist, Activist & Ambassador
Chris Butts: Alabama Medical Marijuana Association
Rebecca Forbes: American Cannabis Coalition
Paul Cornwell: Marijuana Activist since 1978 – Coalition for the Abolition of Marijuana Prohibition (CAMP)
Sabrina Fendrick: Founder and director of NORML Women’s Alliance
Walker Chandler: Esquire: Nationally recognized trail attorney
Sharon Ravert: Peachtree NORML, Executive Director – Moms for Marijuana
Jamie Haase: Greenville, S.C. L.E.A.P.
Candace Junkin: Assistant Director of Moms for Marijuana International