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A Casual Panel Discussion on CBD Led by Directors of Project CBD & CASP
May 19, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Interested in a lively discussion around the latest developments in the world of CBD? Please join us for a fireside-chat-style discussion with Martin A Lee and Zoe Sigman of Project CBD, and Dr. Dominic Corva of the Center for the Study of Cannabis and Social Policy (CASP) at Dockside Cannabis in SODO. Everyone is welcome with a valid 21+ ID.
Martin A. Lee | Director at Project CBD
Martin A. Lee is the Director of Project CBD (projectcbd.org), an educational service focusing on cannabis science and therapeutics. He has written several books, including most recently Smoke Signals: A Social History of Marijuana – Medical, Recreational and Scientific. The American Botanical Council gave Smoke Signals its James A. Duke Excellence in Botanical Literature Award. Named by High Times as one of the 100 most influential people in cannabis, Lee is also Co-Founder of the media watch group FAIR (Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting) and the author of Acid Dreams, a social history of LSD.
Zoe Sigman | Program Director at Project CBD
Zoe Sigman is the Program Director for Project CBD as well as the Science Editor for and occasional contributor to Broccoli Magazine. She has built out educational content focusing on scientific information about cannabis for organizations like Farma and Groundworks Industries, Phylos Bioscience, Oregon Health and Sciences University (OHSU), and Hudson Hemp, and regularly speaks about cannabis and cannabis science.
Dr. Dominic Corva | Executive Director at The Center for Cannabis and Social Policy
Dr. Dominic Corva is the Founder and Executive Director of the Cannabis and Social Policy Center (CASP), a federal 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to promoting public and private efforts to use cannabis legalization to end the war on drugs. A political geographer and public policy scholar, he was most recently an adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Washington Tacoma. His content can be found at: cannabisandsocialpolicy.org