During the seminar we will be exploring the historical timeline of cannabis and how it relates to people of colour. I will also be discussing the earliest documented uses of cannabis worldwide. The seminar will also delve into the how cannabis was instrumental in the development of the American colonies into what has become the United States of America.
About Prince-Albert Hudson
Prince-Albert Hudson III attended Virginia Commonwealth University where he majored in Criminal Justice/Homeland Security. After receiving his bachelor’s degree, he went on to obtain his master’s in public administration. He is a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Incorporated. Through years of studying and gaining hands on agricultural experience, Prince has become an agriculturalist both urban and rural. He has been a registered hemp grower and processor since 2017 in the state of Virginia. Prince is now the COO of Black Hemp Family where he continues to share his experience and knowledge through quality product creation, hemp education, and agricultural consultation.