Psychedelics are more than just cutting edge — they’re trendy. But are the people who pioneered the use of these medicines now in danger of being written out of the next chapter of psychedelic history?
Fred Harris sat in prison for a marijuana conviction in Colorado while the legal cannabis business blossomed into a $2 billion industry.
Ronnie Bell is a pot farmer in California’s Inland Empire. Despite living in a state where weed is legal, Ronnie’s farm is not.
Mildred Barnes Griggs wanted to get into the cannabis business to help revive the economy of her hometown. What happened next raised a lot of questions.
Massachusetts won national praise for being the first state to legalize recreational weed with an eye to equity. Since then, the reality has been more complicated.
This season, On Something explores the pursuit of social equity in the cannabis industry, and what it can teach us creating a fairer society.
Our third season is all about the pitfalls on the path to social equity. It’s called Fair Shake.
Some seriously talented storytellers share anecdotes about those times when family and drugs collide.
Does cannabis make creative people more creative? Members of the bands Tanks and the Bangas and Chicano Batman share how weed plays into their process, while a neuroscientist breaks down the mysteries of the creative brain.
Chef Harold Sims, winner of Cooked With Cannabis, shares his story and doubles as our guide to the world of infused foods.