Luna Reyna

Luna Reyna believes in the power of journalistic activism and social responsibility. As a writer with DOPE, she tackles many social justice topics that often do not receive the coverage they deserve within the cannabis industry, as well as issues of inclusivity regarding race, gender, class and sexual orientation. Luna is also the Managing Editor for BARE Magazine, a quarterly lifestyle magazine whose motto is, "culture without censorship." She is also the founder of RIZE Entertainment, an art, entertainment and culture company that focuses solely on artists who challenge injustice and champion equality through their art.

Author's Articles


Brehanna Daniels

Currently, only eight percent of NASCAR viewership is black — which makes Brehanna Daniels’ unique achievement all the more compelling.…

Activist Ericka Hart

In this year’s Women’s Issue, we sought to tell stories of women and genres often underrepresented in communities across America.…

Poet Fatimah Asghar: Penning Raw, Omitted Histories

DOPE Magazine headed to Portland’s famous Powell’s City of Books for a reading of poet Fatimah Asghar’s newest book, “If…

DOPE Interviews | Rituals of Mine

When I tell people about Rituals of Mine, I always feel like my description falls flat. The music is incredibly…

Editor’s Choice | Neuro XPF: The Workout Supplement Athletes Deserve

Neuro XPF by Kyle Turley Offensive lineman Kyle Turley struggles with chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), among other ailments caused by…
Health & Wellness

Marisa Weppner: Life’s Dharma Found Through Yoga

Yoga has become increasingly popular in the Western world as a means of exercise. It has been proven to increase…

#ScoutedbyDOPE: Reliable Products for Active Consumers

Omni Multi-Tool Swiss Army knives have been the go-to multi-tool since the late 1800s; from WWII soldiers to today’s camping…
Law & Politics

The Business of Borders: Imprisoning Immigrants is a Brutal Multi-Billion Dollar Industry

“They are not our friend, believe me,” Donald Trump said of Mexican immigrants: “They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re…

DOPE Interviews | Herizen Guardiola of Netflix’s “The Get Down”

Many of us know her as disco princess Mylene Cruz from the Netflix series “The Get Down.” Herizen Guardiola has…

Building Cultural Bridges

On July 4, 1776, the U.S. established itself as independent. Although the American educational system teaches children that his land…