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Empowering Crenshaw: ‘Free the Trappers’ 2024 Black Cannabis Event

  • PublishedMay 26, 2024

Los Angeles, CA–Free the Trappers is a black-owned dispensary located at 4050 Crenshaw Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90008. Committed to promoting social equity and fostering an inclusive community, Free the Trappers offers premium cannabis goods while advocating for diversity and fair opportunities for all.

The new cannabis dispensary is gearing up to host their groundbreaking event titled “Black Cannabis Excellence: Peace Weed & Love.” Scheduled for Saturday, June 22nd, this event aims to celebrate and promote black-owned businesses, particularly in the cannabis industry, within the vibrant Crenshaw District community.

Lorenze Lanier, the visionary behind Free the Trappers, envisions this event as a platform to showcase the talent and entrepreneurial spirit of black-owned small businesses.

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“Our goal is to highlight the brilliance and creativity within our community. We want to create a space where black-owned businesses can thrive and be celebrated.”

Lorenze Lanier- Free the trappers founder

The event, which falls on the weekend following Juneteenth, will feature a farmers/flea market from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Attendees can expect food, beverages, clothing, art, and more. Free the Trappers will also be offering special discounts on Black-owned cannabis brands from 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM, further supporting the local economy.

Lanier emphasizes the broader mission behind Free the Trappers and events like Black Cannabis Excellence.

“We’re not just about selling cannabis; we’re about community empowerment. By promoting black-owned businesses, we’re fostering economic growth and social cohesion within our neighborhood.”

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What sets Free the Trappers apart is its commitment to social equity and inclusivity. The team actively seeks out opportunities to support marginalized communities and advocate for diversity in the cannabis industry. The event is free and open to the public aged 21 and above. Free the Trappers is also accepting vendors for this and future events. Those interested can reach out via email at [email protected].

For Lorenze Lanier, the driving force behind Free the Trappers, the event represents more than just a business opportunity.

“What I love most about promoting black-owned businesses is the sense of community and empowerment it brings,” he explains. “Together, we’re building a stronger, more resilient network that benefits everyone.”

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