Parabola Center Leadership Training Application
Date: Sunday, July 14, 2024
Time: 9:00am - 2:00pm 
Location: Providence Public Library 

On the day following our "People Over Profits: Anti-Monopoly Cannabis Reform" crash course, Parabola Center is offering an exclusive leadership training opportunity for selected individuals who are committed to shaping the future of equitable cannabis legalization. This 9am-2pm workshop is designed for leaders, activists, and changemakers who want to deepen their understanding of the issues, sharpen their advocacy skills, and strategize for maximum impact. 

We are seeking a diverse cohort of individuals with a strong commitment to promoting justice, preventing monopolies, and working toward their own vision for a more equitable cannabis future. People of all backgrounds are welcome, and those who have been directly impacted by the War on Drugs are especially encouraged to apply. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until all spaces have been filled. Please send any questions to

Lodging note: Discounted hotel reservations for crash course attendees can be found here. Please note that the rooms are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis and must be booked by June 20, 2024. After June 20, 2024, hotel reservations in the Providence, Rhode Island area are likely to be difficult to find and expensive, so book early!

Registration Note: Registration for our Sat July 13 crash course and Sun July 14 leadership training are separate. Please register separately for the July 13 crash course at
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Question 1 of 3: What makes you passionate about prioritizing people over profits when it comes to the federal legalization of marijuana? Please feel free to include specific experience or perspective you bring.
Question 2 of 3: What do you hope to gain from participating in Parabola Center's Leadership Training, and how do you plan to apply what you learn in your day-to-day efforts?
Question 3 of 3: How do you plan to share the knowledge and skills gained from this training with others in your community or network?
Lastly, have you read our paper on how to federally legalize marijuana?
The link can be found here
If yes, what was your biggest takeaway? *
Do you have any current or past affiliations with tobacco, alcohol, or pharmaceutical companies, or groups that represent those companies? This includes employment, consulting roles, investments, or funding received. If yes, please explain.
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