Celebrating Black History Month with New Dia in Boston, MA

Posted on February 20th, 2024 to Blog by

As Black History Month unfolds, we at New Dia pause to honor the trailblazers and visionaries who have shaped our past and continue to inspire our future. For us, celebrating Black History Month isn’t just a tradition; it’s a deeply ingrained commitment to our mission, values, and community.

As a proud black owned dispensary, we recognize our responsibility to amplify the culture, thrive in the present, and carve our place in history by revolutionizing the future. Join us as we reflect on the essence of Black History Month and the pivotal role cannabis plays in this celebration.

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Cannabis Brands Creating Black History

At New Dia, we take pride in spotlighting and supporting cannabis brands making waves in the industry while championing African American culture. Take a look at just a few of those elite brands below.


One noteworthy black-owned brand is TerpBae, founded by Boston native Gary Perry. Gary is a creative entrepreneur and the founder of Tiny Trap Concerts LLC. He established this traveling dispensary, event series, and entertainment platform in 2023, and his latest venture, TerpBae, is one of Massachusetts’ pioneering black-owned social equity cannabis brands.

TerpBae isn’t just a cannabis brand; it’s a movement rooted in love, creativity, and culture. As one of the first black-owned social equity cannabis brands in the state, TerpBae exemplifies the spirit of inclusivity, community, and morality.

Shop TerpBae at New Dia and stay connected with @terpbae and @tinytrapconcerts.

Cami Flower

Another notable black owned cannabis brand we’re proud to showcase is Cami Flower, a family-owned, woman-owned, social equity cannabis business. Specializing in crafting the finest cannagars, blunts, and joints in Massachusetts, Cami Flower is a testament to craftsmanship, quality, and care.

Drawing inspiration from the rich artisanal cigar cultures of Haiti and Cuba, Laury Lucien of Cami Flower brought the sexy vibrancy of the Caribbean to your smoking experience.

Find Cami Flower at New Dia and join a community committed to living their best lives.

The New Dia Values and Black History

As we celebrate Black History Month, we reflect on the core values that drive New Dia and its commitment to the black community. Pride, legacy, and culture are not just words to us; they’re guiding principles for our black owned weed dispensary that inform everything we do.

  • PRIDE in being a black-owned business fuels our passion and determination to succeed.
  • Honoring the LEGACY of the black community inspires us to advocate for justice, equity, and inclusion in the cannabis industry.
  • Serving as a platform of CULTURE allows us to uplift and amplify the voices of all people, creating a space where everyone feels seen, heard, and valued.

New Dia – Proud to Be a Black Owned Cannabis Dispensary in Boston, MA

At New Dia, one of the few black owned dispensaries Boston offers, Black History Month isn’t just a time to reflect; it’s a call to action. It’s a reminder of the progress we’ve made and the work that still lies ahead. As we honor the past, we also look to the future with hope, determination, and resilience.

Together, let’s continue to celebrate, uplift, and empower the black community, not just during Black History Month, but every day of the year. Join us in making history, one step at a time, and be sure to explore our menu to find some of the best black owned cannabis brands in the state. #NewDia #BlackHistory

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