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BEEHOUSE JUSTICE INITIATIVE

The Beehouse Justice Initiative, a 501(c)(3) organization, was founded in 2019 with the mission to heal some of the harms caused by the unequal enforcement of cannabis prohibition.

 

Beehouse Justice makes grants to organizations that work to keep non-violent offenders out of jail, help the incarcerated, and recently incarcerated, become more productive, and restore hope to disparately impacted communities.

Beehouse Justice produces the celebrity-narrated short film series, Cannabis and Incarceration.

OUR MISSION

TO HEAL SOME OF THE HARMS CAUSED BY THE UNEQUAL ENFORCEMENT OF CANNABIS PROHBITION

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Work to keep non-violent offenders out of jail

Restore hope to disparately impacted communities

Help the incarcerated 
reintegrate into society

Beehouse Growth Companies

Beehouse Business Support

Cannabis and Incarceration film series

WHAT WE DO

In executing its mission, the Beehouse Justice Initiative works with Tiger Foundation to identify social service organization grantees. Beehouse, LLC bears administrative costs, so every dollar contributed to the Beehouse Justice Initiative goes directly to grantee organizations.

Beehouse Justice produces the celebrity-narrated short film series, Cannabis and Incarceration.

WHY WE DO IT

Cannabis arrests can preclude individuals from getting or keeping a job, living in public housing, or getting or keeping a scholarship, and these second-order effects have disastrous impacts on individuals and communities.

 

More than half of all drug arrests in the United States are for cannabis possession, and despite roughly equal usage rates, black people are almost four times more likely than white people to be arrested for cannabis.

 

The Beehouse Justice Initiative was founded with the mission to heal some of the harms caused by the unequal enforcement of cannabis prohibition.

CANNABIS AND INCARCERATION
A film by Matador Productions and Beehouse Justice