A to Zaus
Brandon L. Wyatt Esq. is proudly a Board member of Justice from A to Zaus, Inc. A2Zaus is a 501c3 organization that stands against all acts of injustice within the United States. The vision of A2Zaus is to bring awareness on the murder epidemic in our society, provide legal information regarding the rights of American Citizens & law enforcement, support families affected by systemic losses and bridge the cap between law enforcement & the community. The desire of A2Zaus is not to live in hate because of what has happen, but to bring a unified change to our society where we will preserve life, rehabilitate and develop a brighter future for us all. In an effort to support our vision, A2Zaus has developed a mentor program for young people and we host Positive Response Summits in various communities inorder to let our community know we stand with them.
BOEN is a program held under the banner of Sound Decisions RDS and in partnership with nDemandConsulting. Each BOEN event is held simultaneously in Charlotte and Washington DC each 3rd Thursday of the month.
BOEN was created out of the desire to help existing, new and future business owners & entrepreneurs gain real time business development and build in-person networks to ensure long- term business viability. Each event is hosted under a relaxed business setting providing informative seminars on relevant areas of business development and invaluable access to a wide breadth of in-person connectivity across multiple states & business types.
Cannabis advocacy and activism has been a major force throughout the United States in 2016. We need to look no further than Washington, D.C. as an example, where there continues to be a sustained atmosphere of zealous advocacy and activism.
In April 2016, leaders of the ballot-measure fight that legalized marijuana in the nation’s capital (Initiative-71) were promised a meeting with White House leadership to discuss cannabis policy and equal access issues.
Heralded as the “bud summit”, the meeting was poised to finally affect change in local and national cannabis policy. However, there was one cavet, only two people were allowed to attend the meeting. Without hesitation, DCMJ Leader Adam Edinger made several pleas to the White House asking to expand the invite to other leaders within the cannabis industry. The purpose was provide a full overview of policy inconsistencies and the discriminatory impact on veterans, patients, and businesses alike.
These pleas were unheard and the actual meeting failed to have any impact on cannabis policy reform.
The National Association of Concerned Veterans, NACV1, is an organization that aims to assist veterans who have been left out, locked out, or lost in the shuffle of the agencies and departments that have governed their military lives. NACV offers a new start to those veterans struggling to return to civilian life on solid footing through a comprehensive re-entry model. Their goal is to catch as many fallen soldiers as possible and lead them down the path to healing and healthy living after their military careers.
Weed for Warriors
Weed for Warriors Project was started in the San Francisco Bay Area by an OEF United States Marine Corps Veteran who found relief from his service connected disabilities through medical marijuana and the fellowship of other like minded Veterans within the cannabis community.
With the help of organizations like SANTA CRUZ VETERANS ALLIANCE, Weed for Warriors Project is able to provide Veterans with medical marijuana information, a safe place to fellowship with other Veterans and safe access to free medicine with proof of service/ current medical recommendation.