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Video: Radio Free Cannabis - The Role Of Cannabis And Music With Eric Rachmany

October 12, 2020 3:45 pm
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Coming to you from high (very HIGH) in the hills of Oakland, California, hosted by Steve DeAngelo, "the father of the legal cannabis industry," Radio Free Cannabis is the voice of the global cannabis freedom movement.

Translated into 195 different languages, RFC features news, discussion, and commentary of interest to people who love the cannabis plant and understand it as a force for peace and justice. Today there are hundreds of millions of us on Planet Earth, and collectively we are larger than all but the largest nations.

If all of us who love cannabis can figure out how to talk to each other, and how to take common action, we can change this world into the one we all really want to live in.

Catalyzing that dialog and building that decision-making structure is the mission of Radio Free Cannabis.

Episode 17 –  Eric Rachmany: The Role of Cannabis and Music

In this episode, we feature an inside look at the role cannabis has played in the life and work of one of today's most popular stars, Eric Rachmany of the also very popular California based band Rebelution. Eric shares his views on cannabis, new forms of reggae, and social justice; we kick around some thorny questions about race and authenticity; dig deep into a few of his songs, and seek to better understand the connection between cannabis and activism. 

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