Cage Free Cannabis Talks #SecondChanceMonth — feat. co-founder Adam Vine and National Expungement Week’s Felicia Carbajal

Off-Kilter Podcast
2 min readApr 24, 2021

As Off-Kilter’s #SecondChanceMonth series continues, to mark 4/20, Rebecca talks to Adam Vine, cofounder of Cage Free Cannabis & Cage Free Repair, and Felicia Carbajal of National Expungement Week. Subscribe to Off-Kilter on iTunes.

“The War on Drugs has disproportionately harmed communities of color. People have lost jobs, education, housing, their liberty, their families, and their lives to this War. Now they deserve equity, justice, and repair: ownership of cannabis businesses, full and automatic expungement, and community reinvestment of tax revenue and corporate philanthropy.”

As momentum for marijuana legalization and decriminalization builds across the U.S., this is the vision of a marijuana justice organization called Cage Free Cannabis and its sister organization Cage Free Repair, the engine behind National Expungement Week.

As Off-Kilter continues our #SecondChanceMonth series, to mark 4/20, Rebecca sat down with Adam Vine, cofounder of Cage Free Cannabis and Cage Free Repair, and Felicia Carbajal, interim director of programming with National Expungement Week and a member of Cage Free Cannabis’s advisory board.

This week’s guests:

  • Adam Vine, cofounder, Cage Free Cannabis & Cage Free Repair (@adamvine)
  • Felicia Carbajal, director of programming, National Expungement Week (@ExpungementWeek)

For more:

  • Learn more about Cage Free’s work at
  • Learn more about National Expungement Week and get involved in an event near you at



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