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Cult Classic Magazine —- December 2018

Issue 2 : Preservation ‘Taking Over the World with Your Friends’

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Stoner Gift Guide —- December 2018

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To Necole —- September 2018

“This collective serves as a source of commerce and inspiration, as well as a platform combining spiritual and artistic pursuits. “

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Merry Jane --- March 2018

“We started the collective to be a loving, healing, supportive space for ourselves where we can create without being under the gaze of a world that we find ourselves constantly at odds with."

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bitchmedia --- December 2017

" ...making way for women who smoke weed by creating a space for other women of color stoners to heal while building community. "

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DARLA Magazine --- October 2017

"#THC: WOMEN.WEED.WIFI BRINGS A CREATIVE, SPIRITUAL MOVEMENT TO THE CANNABIS INDUSTRY"

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ESTROHAZE --- October 2017

" Editor-In-Chief, Amanya Maloba, Creative Director, Janice Ibarra and Outreach Coordinator, Vanity Thomas, are like-minded canna-connoisseurs, artists and ganjapreneurs who formed their Seattle-based collective two years ago. Their mission: To uplift, unite and enrich creatives of color – and beyond – within the cannabis community. "

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DOPE Magazine --- July 2017

"INNER EXPERIENCE, COLLECTIVE EMPOWERMENT: Women.Weed.WiFi’s Revolutionary Platform"

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YES! Magazine --- July 2017

"Most commercial pot shops are owned by rich white men. This all-female art collective wants to remind us of the drug’s community and healing roles."

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Fader Magazine --- March 2017

“Women.Weed.Wifi was this organic thing that came together from all the conversations our friends were already having, we were all pretty much in the weed industry, working in fashion or retail in some way, and into the same music."
 

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Girls Are Awesome --- July 2016

"Women.Weed.Wifi therefore plays a subversive and impactful role in squashing the stereotypical expectations around women as creatives and imbibers...The collective accomplishes this goal by giving relatable, practical advice and female-focused information about various strains and marijuana-related products—but also by providing women with a platform to express themselves while removing potential biases against their personal habits."

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City Arts --- July 2016

"Women.Weed.WiFi (WWW) is a Seattle-based, female-run art collective that shares the love of weed and female energy..." 
 

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Hella Black Hella Seattle --- June 2016

Founders Kenya Ku$h and J-NA$TY talk to the ladies of Hella Black Hella Seattle about WWW origins, goals, healing, and all things weed.

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