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In an open letter published on Cannaclusive’s website, Mary Pryor addresses the weaknesses in diversity initiatives and hiring practices across the cannabis industry, making it clear that there is a lot of work to be done.
Seeking to make the industry more diverse, Mary Pryor co-founded Cannaclusive in 2017 as an effort “to facilitate fair representation of minority cannabis consumers.”
How can black people build cannabis wealth? Cannaclusive cofounder Mary Pryor has some thoughts.
Marijuana legalization in VA is now more possible than ever. However, we want to make sure it is legalized right, through a racial equity lens.
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