The weed industry is struggling to attract people of color—and Sieh Samura has a good idea why.
“[Weed] prohibition was violent,” he said. “And so they were violently discouraging people from basically having these businesses for a long time. And now they’re saying hey, come on. It’s ok now. You can trust us.”
Samura is a cannabis activist an entrepreneur who has benefitted from the Sira Accelerator Program, which provides entrepreneurs of color in Massachusetts with the tools they need to start their own cannabis businesses. Read More