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Remembering the American Mother Goddess of Medicinal Cannabis

Remembering the American Mother Goddess of Medicinal Cannabis

| December 20, 2017

They gathered at the All Pilgrims Church in Capitol Hill earlier this month to honor Joanna McKee. The pioneer of patients’ rights had been gone for some time, having passed away on November 18, but this would have been her 75th birthday. So they gathered to celebrate her life.

Filling out the pews were many of the most influential cannabis advocates from across the Pacific Northwest. Policy writers, lawyers, cultural influencers, dispensary owners, professors, and more. A tight-knit group of people who have been working in various ways the last 25 years to try to change Washington’s medicinal cannabis laws for the better, all brought together by the life force of one woman, Joanna McKee.

Remembering the American Mother Goddess of Medicinal Cannabis

 






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