About This Project

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We Worked with Amber Senter and Whitney Beatty to spotlight the Super Nova Women event in Los Angeles.


Supernova Women is a woman of a color-led non-profit organization with a mission to empower people of color to become self-sufficient shareholders in the cannabis industry. We do this through education, advocacy, and network building. Our organization was founded in 2015 by Amber Senter, Nina Parks, and Tsion “Sunshine” Lencho. Andrea Unsworth joined the Supernova Women board of directors in early 2016. Supernova Women is a national organization headquartered in Oakland, California. Supernova Women works to lower barriers of entry in the cannabis industry for Black and Brown communities, those most harmed by the War on Drugs. The organization works within the city of Oakland to develop and implement the country’s first cannabis social equity program. They have partnered with Senator Steven Bradford’s office to develop and establish SB 1294, the State of California’s social equity grant program that funds local municipalities’ social equity programs.