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Cannabis – medicine and politics: an interview wit’ Dr. Aseem Sappal

Dr. Aseem Sappal is the director of operations at Oaksterdam University, the Oakland university that teaches you all you need to know about the medicinal and outlawed plant cannabis, aka marijuana. In over a third of the states, cannabis ingestion has been legalized. What is the activism all about, and what lies in the near future for people who see this plant as medicine? We talk to Dr. Assem Sappal to find out ...

Grow sessions: an interview wit’ horticulturalist Ms. Parker

Oakland is the home of the national medical cannabis movement, but even here when people think of using it, they usually think of smoking it. The reality is that more of its healing properties are exposed when it is digested. Hear Ms. Parker, along with Roseanne Barr and Cynthia McKinney, at 'The Political Future of Medical Marijuana' Sept. 27 at Oaksterdam University.

The 21st century upright woman

The latest “evolutionary debutante” is Ardi – Ardipithecus Ramidus – whose complete skull and pelvis crowns her as the greatest grandmother of modern day humans. About 2 million years ago these women evolved into the species Homo erectus. They walked upright out of Africa to populate the world.

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