Green Reine Launches Bring Them All Home Campaign to End Cannabis Incarceration
In December 2020 the longest serving American cannabis prisoner was set free after serving over thirty years in prison. Now it’s time to “Bring Them All Home.”
Green Reine has launched Bring Them All Home to tackle the issue of those incarcerated for cannabis possession in the United States. Notable advocates including Steve DeAngelo, Andrew DeAngelo, Melissa Etheridge, Ricky Williams, Marvin Washington, and Montel Williams have all stepped up to raise awareness and funds for this initiative. The proceeds will benefit non-profit organization Last Prisoner Project and national political group Green Reine PAC.
“We will not rest until everyone who is incarcerated for nonviolent cannabis crimes is out of jail,” shared Melissa Etheridge.
Green Reine leverages video, written, and online media content to engage and educate their audience on some of the issues surrounding legalization including social justice and business topics. This summer the platform, as a channel of the Fearless Voice Network, will add an OTT streaming channel to its lineup.
Shawna Vercher, Founder of Green Reine and Executive Producer of Fearless Voice Network added, “Green Reine’s core purpose is to legalize and reform cannabis social justice issues across the country. Donating to Bring Them All Home will get us one step closer.”
The launch of Green Reine was announced in April of 2020 and received media attention immediately. Their content has been syndicated or translated in over forty countries and has reached a global audience of over 15 million.
To learn more, or donate, visit www.BringThemAllHome.com.