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Women of The Ribbon Calendar
This is my first Calendar. I'm extremely proud of it. Please read on to see what it's all about, and thank you for taking the time to do so! <3 Stand proud alongside myself and these courageous women that have forged through grueling injustice for us with their heroic actions and deeds. They and others around the world are proudly wearing the Solidarity Ribbon, to show their support of cannabis patients, and medical cannabis laws. They've made the world a better place for us with their personal sacrifices, and wear the ribbon proudly. We especially wear the Solidarity Ribbons to court - it allows the judge, the jury, and the world to see that the defendant is supported 100% in their community. We believe it affects the judge's decision and we've personally seen it happen! Join us, and read more about these lovely ladies, and their heroic journeys inside of our Calendar! Stand victoriously with some of the most recognizable, strong and beautiful women in our movement! Mieko Perez a mother that successfully treats her young son with cannabis for his autism. Donna Lambert personally fought 9 felony charges on her own, and walked out a free woman. Stephanie Landa grew for patients with local law enforcement's blessings, and then served over 40 months in prison when they arrested her and took everything she had. She victoriously then founded LPOP, a prisoner of cannabis war - outreach program. The ladies you see on the cover, were members of a collective that was brutally raided just over a year ago...and the trial for this raid begins this week. We created this calendar to help pay for the lawyers, of which the bill is already in excess of over $50,000. And this is just to name a few! Please support these women, support our legal defense fund, show the world that you care and be a part of the solution with us. Thank you!
Jeannie and Francis
Francis is 18, a Moran, a high school graduate and one of the earthwatch volunteers from Samburu, Jackson, was his teacher. He told me that he wants to go to university to study so that he can become a lawyer. He also explains that he would like to have friends in other countries. I explain to him that I am taken and that I am WAY too old for him. I think he is surprised by my age when I tell him. Regardless, he wants to keep in touch. I learned later from Jackson that Francis is the oldest child in his family and that his father is dead. He has a lot of responsibility on his shoulders not to mention his own personal expectations. FYI, I plan to get information on how to help pay for school for Samburu children. To complete school after 8th grade, Samburu families have to pay for their children. The tuition cost is about $350 per year. This may not seem like much but it is a huge amount to 99% of the community in Wamba. Please let me know if you are interested in getting more information on how to help.