We, Founder Jennica Stein, The Lion of Judah Rastafarian Church Founder Jesse Schworck and Editor-in-Chief Bradley J. Burt, are forming a cooperative that represents both a University of Wisconsin philanthropy and chaplain sacramental distribution and administrative service for pandemic refugees.
The Wisconsin Cannabis Church League helps Jesse Schworck afford legal representation, develops teams through workshops, drum jams and webinars and teaches members of the Lion of Judah Rastafarian Church how to be street reporters.
We are calling America to order asking we assemble in unity through the sacrifice of our POW MIA on Friday September 16 at 11:11 a.m., which formally assembles as POW MIA Recognition Day.
Through the “I Will Not Forget Campaign,” headquartered at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, we form our federal POW MIA advocacy lobby, which doubles as an anthropological research project sharing the scientific value of religious Cannabis.
Wisconsin Cannabis Warriors represent truth in reporting. We are a formation of non-profit entities representing the religious need for usage with pandemic refugees in Madison, Wisconsin, and the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater campus.
The Lion of Judah Rastafari Church seeks community support, whose hearing on August 22 seeks the motion to dismiss, appears before a Wisconsin judge.
Wisconsin Cannabis Warriors reached out to Green Bay Packer Aaron Rodgers through the Jaded Patriot Press request for joint interview on Thursday.
The interview takes place at Starin Park in Whitewater, Wisconsin, during the POW MIA smoke out for inclusivity for a class documentary.
The interview request seeks Rodgers’ appearance for POW MIA Recognition Day “I Will Not Forget smoke out for inclusivity” event, which honors 1st Lt. Jerome A. Volk and his 70th year missing. The Lion of Judah Rastafarian Church Founder Jesse Schworck will provide the sharing of the peace.
Rodgers recently faced scrutiny for his admitted ayahuasca usage. The interview doubles as a story for the upcoming final season game at Soldier Field December 4.
The inclusivity campaign, hosted by Outpost 422, was a final class project for corporate communication team building.
The team project provided coverage of POW MIA events asking the university for a virtual place all can connect.
The smoke out for diversity provides sacramental authorized usage for ceremonial events.
The annual inclusivity event remembers the POW MIA and honors their families through the Lion of Judah Rastafarian Church blessing, covered by Wisconsin Cannabis Warriors and published as a UW-W Blogs documentary.