Netflix Releasing Documentary On Weed, Race, Music & Social Justice 'Grass Is Greener' This 4/20

Snoop Dogg, Cypress Hill’s B-Real, DMC, Killer Mike, Chuck D and Damian Marley are among those who discuss the plant’s influence.
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This 4/20 you may be entirely down to clown with all sorts of cannabis creations. Outdoor activities or a movie marathon may be lined up all in the name of celebrating the high holiday. Netflix is offering something a little different with a new documentary being released on 4/20 titled Grass Is Greener.

Directed and narrated by hip-hop legend Fab 5 Freddy, Grass is Greener explores the connection between weed, music, social justice or injustice and race throughout history in America. It will look at the history of marijuana sentencing, the drug war and how race has played a role in all of that. Snoop Dogg, Cypress Hill’s B-Real, DMC, Killer Mike, Chuck D and Damian Marley are among those who discuss the plant’s influence.

Check out the trailer now.

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