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Couples, Inc. : Cee and Malcolm own a Hemp Farm in North Carolina

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The 2018 US Farm Bill has now legalized commercial production of hemp. Hemp farmers across the country are now working to fit into a rapidly growing billion dollar industry. Green Heffa Farms is an industrial hemp farm dedicated to growing high-quality strands for a global market. We spoke to owners Clarenda “Cee” Stanley-Anderson and her husband, Malcolm Anderson Sr. to find…

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Cannabis Conference at Emmanuel Baptist Calls for #EquityDayOne

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It was late spring 2018 in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, not far from Biggie’s old stomping ground, when Emmanuel Baptist church hosted a free financial empowerment workshop called Exodus: Exiting Egypt. The all day seminar was well attended by members of the congregation and featured panels on general topics like debt relief and estate planning. What…

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Mike Tyson Opening Marijuana Farm and Weed Business

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Mike Tyson is creating a marijuana farm and resort in the California desert. The boxing legend recently broke ground on “Tyson Ranch,” a 40-acre plot of land in California City that will be converted into a marijuana farm. Let’s hope that Iron Mike is well versed in the world of Cannabis business and has got…

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A Bud & Leaf: One of the Few Black Owned Marijuana Dispensaries in Washington State

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Washington was one of the first states to legalize the possession and recreational use of marijuana. Since then, medical marijuana dispensaries and related businesses have sprung up around the state. So if you are not someone who has a local dispensary, you could look into a site like trulieve, where you can purchase product and…

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21 Black Owned Cannabis Businesses, Organizations & Professionals

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Black owned cannabis businesses make up a reported one percent of the legal cannabis industry. With the legalization of cannabis is certain states, along with the availability of cheap weed thanks to Canada’s legalization of the substance, you would possibly hope for a bit more activity from the black community. Despite the lack of diversity,…

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