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Weed the People: A Live Digital Event
Join us for a special digital event on Wednesday, May 29th!

At 4:20pm PT, you're invited to a WATCH PARTY - Watch the film "Weed The People" with us!

At 6pm PT, we’ll be LIVE with Ricki, Abby plus Jill Fagin, a cancer survivor.

We'll show never-before-seen footage from the film that is transforming the way we think about and talk about cannabis. Hear Jill's story of cannabis and cancer.

The film screening will be followed by Ellementa CEO, Aliza Sherman, moderating an open conversation with Ricki, Abby & Jill.

1000s will be watching via Facebook Live on the Ellementa Facebook Page.

Only the first 100 people to sign in that evening will get a virtual seat to interact with the panel.

The Schedule:

4:20 pm Watch "Weed the People" with us
6pm-6:15 pm Short film screening
6:15-6:40 pm 20-minute panel discussion with Ricki Lake, Abby Epstein, Jill Fagin
6:40-7:00 pm Open Q&A

Reserve your spot TODAY for this exclusive event! Registration is FREE.

BONUS: Everyone registered will get a recording of the whole thing after.

May 29, 2019 4:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Ricki Lake
@Weed The People
From acting and producing, to dancing her way into the hearts of television audiences, Emmy Award-winning television host Ricki Lake is a pop culture icon who has built a career on her graciously candid sensibility and her authentic, relatable nature. In recent years, Ricki Lake has channeled her nurturing spirit and drive for social change into passion projects, serving as a leading voice for crucial issues such as women’s rights and informed choice within reproductive health. Ricki is also a strong advocate for mental health awareness and suicide prevention, having just lost her beloved husband, Christian Evans on Feb. 11, 2017.
Abby Epstein
Director @Weed the People
ABBY EPSTEIN made her film directing debut at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival with the documentary, V-Day: Until the Violence Stops, featuring Jane Fonda, Salma Hayek, and Rosie Perez. The film won the Audience Award at Vancouver’s Amnesty International Film Festival and premiered on Lifetime Television, receiving both an Emmy and a Gracie Allen Award.Weed the People was acquired by Netflix for distribution. Under their company, BOBB Films, Ms. Epstein and Ms. Lake produced the documentaries Breastmilk and The Mama Sherpas and are currently in production on Sweetening the Pill, due out in 2019. Prior to her film work, Ms. Epstein directed Broadway theater, helming national tours and international productions of RENT and The Vagina Monologues.
Jill Fagin