Longtime activist was a fearless and compassionate advocate for medical cannabis patients.
I spent Sunday morning trying to digest the news that was spreading like wildfire through the cannabis community. Medical cannabis activist Tracy Curley passed away this past Saturday in her home.
Her death has left a gaping hole in the Canadian cannabis community. On social media there was shock, sadness and disbelief. Her substantial impact speaks for itself.
Tracy would often say that “Well-behaved women rarely make history.” It was her way of calling on women in the cannabis movement to be fearless as well as compassionate, and to always say the things that need to be said.
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