To ensure that not only white entrepreneurs get rich from the legalization of recreational marijuana in California, in early 2018 the city of Oakland created a program to help black and brown people start their own cannabis businesses. But, even with the government’s help, can minority business owners compete in a weed industry flooded by multi-million dollar investments mostly going to white people? Latino USA profiles two Latino weed entrepreneurs from Oakland as they struggle to keep their businesses afloat during a marijuana drought.

Also, an interview with renowned author Isabel Allende.

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