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Why Black Women Belong in the Cannabis Industry

Two trailblazers explain away the stigma so we, too, can profit

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YYou may have heard the news about how fast the cannabis industry is spreading across this nation. But what you may not realize is that Black and Brown communities aren’t benefiting from this developing industry. Reasons include everything from incarceration and the drug war to…

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