She’s a medical marijuana advocate working to make Denver “Hollyweed”

Featured guest: Amy Dawn Bourlon-Hilterbran, medical cannabis advocate and founder of the nonprofit American Medical Refugees Foundation; creator of the “Talk to the 6630507 Hand” campaign; and CEO of the Millennium Grown Broadcast Network.


• The powers behind Millennium Grown Broadcast Network have collaborated with Academy Award-nominated producer Peter Spirer to bring the world premiere of his documentary “The Legend of 420” to Denver on Sept. 30.

• Bourlon-Hilterbran’s ultimate goal is to make Denver “Hollyweed” — a hub for hemp and marijuana film premieres.

• After bringing her family to Colorado as medical marijuana refugees, Bourlon-Hilterbran strived to create a support network for others in the same situation.


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