Madison Margolin is a journalist living in New York. She specializes in writing about Jewish culture and drug policy.
A guide to the earth-based, shtetl-positive Jewish communities spanning North America
My dad’s 50-year odyssey of defending criminals, fighting the war on drugs, getting high, legalizing weed, breaking the bounds of perception, and serving G-d
This summer’s Jewish Psychedelic Summit heralded the reintegration of acid, ecstasy, and other consciousness-altering drugs into Jewish spiritual life, a tradition as old as the tribe itself
Finding Jewish family in a Wisconsin forest, at the annual Rainbow Gathering
The 90-year-old scientist who first isolated THC is still addicted to research, studying the beneficial effects of cannabis on trauma, colitis, autism, and more
Whether they care about social justice or spirituality or health concerns, Jewish groups are getting involved with cannabis
The music video for the anti-BDS track ‘Dodging Bullets’ features Matisyahu
The 85-year-old Israeli chemist was recently given a lifetime achievement award for his pioneering research in the field of cannabis
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