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Cruel Consequences: Portraits of Misguided Law
Cruel Consequences is a portrait series exhibit to bring awareness to how marijuana charges in the U.S. are ruining lives. These portraits are part of both a physical traveling gallery exhibit which appeared across Virginia for Virginians and lawmakers to experience these powerful stories and now is expanding to cover unjust marijuana consequences across the U.S.

Collateral consequences like denial of housing, employment, college loans, child custody etc. often last a lifetime after even the smallest of marijuana convictions. No matter how you feel about marijuana, most people agree people should not pay for life. Much of the public is not aware of these collateral consequences.

Please visit our website cruelconsequences.org to find out more and please like us on facebook, instagram, and twitter.

Please reach out to friends, family, other marijuana law reform supporters to help us find compelling stories that show the cruelty of the collateral consequences from criminal enforcement of marijuana prohibition.

Interested participants should submit their stories via this Google form.

Don't be afraid to tell your story. We respect your privacy and are able to tell your story without revealing your identity if you wish. Submit your information and we can call you to talk about options. Telling your story is important to the advancement of changing misguided marijuana laws. Please text 703-470-3735 if you have questions.

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First Name *
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State of residence and state conviction occurred *
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Lawmakers supporting marijuana reform and media covering it prefer to interview constituents of their specific geographical area. So that we can contact you if we need someone in your area, please tell us what city or county do reside in your state? *
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Were there state or federal charges? *
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What type of charge did you get? (choose all that apply) *
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Was this your first charge with marijuana? *
What has this charge prevented you from doing in your life? What collateral consequences did you suffer? "I was denied..." *
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Who else in your life have the consequences of this charge affected? How has it affected them? *
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Would you be willing to testify on the state or federal level to help reform marijuana laws? *
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