Minority Cannabis Academy teaches skills for legal weed work
Getting more people of color into the new legalized marijuana industry is a challenge. At the Minority Cannabis Academy in Jersey City, Black, Indigenous and people of color are taught critical technical skills to succeed in the business. Academy co-founder and president Brendon Robinson says it’s a way to get Black and brown communities, who are often left out, involved in a growing industry.
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