Eaze is delighted to announce its impactful partnership with the Last Prisoner Project through the transformative Stickers for Change program at retail locations. As part of this initiative, Eaze is introducing “Free All Cannabis Prisoners” stickers at checkout in Santa Ana and San Diego stores. Priced at just $2 each, these stickers serve as more than just a symbol—they are a direct contribution to the Last Prisoner Project’s mission to rectify the unjust incarceration of individuals associated with cannabis offenses.
Who is Last Prisoner Project?
The Last Prisoner Project emerged in 2019, driven by the conviction that no one should endure incarceration or suffer the lingering consequences of now-legal offenses. This dedicated organization unites justice-impacted individuals, policy experts, and leaders in criminal justice and drug policy reform. Their tireless efforts aim to end the injustice embedded in America’s cannabis prohibition and the War on Drugs, striving to free thousands unjustly imprisoned and instigate systemic reforms.
How Last Prisoner Project Fights to Make an Impact:
Policy: The project’s policy team diligently works on legislative initiatives to address the harms of prohibition. They collaborate with stakeholders nationwide to pass bills providing release for those incarcerated for now-legal activities and automatically clearing criminal convictions.
Legal: Through the Cannabis Justice Initiative in partnership with the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Last Prisoner Project focuses on clemency initiatives, motions for compassionate release, and record relief.
Reentry: The reentry resources ensure that individuals negatively impacted by the War on Drugs receive financial support and tools to rebuild their lives post-incarceration.
Advocacy: The project raises public awareness through campaigns such as letter writing drives, constituent storytelling, and direct actions, empowering supporters to fight for the freedom of affected communities.
How Last Prisoner Project Has Made an Impact So Far:
– Over $79,000 funds distributed to constituents’ commissaries in 2023.
– A cumulative total of over $250,000 in funding distributed to constituents’ commissaries.
– Collaboration with 70 cannabis industry partners through the Partners for Freedom Program.
– Support from 350 dispensaries nationwide in the Roll it Up for Justice Program.
– The enactment of two laws written by Last Prisoner Project.
You don’t need to work in a dispensary to make a difference. Last Prisoner Project offers various programs, including a Letter Writing Program, fundraising opportunities, and the upcoming 420 Unity Day of Action on April 18th, 2024, in Washington D.C.
Visit our Eaze San Diego or Santa Ana stores to not only indulge in quality cannabis products but also to contribute to the transformative mission of Last Prisoner Project. Let’s come together to make a positive impact on the cannabis community and advocate for justice.