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Publicly funded cannabis social equity kitchen launched

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Breeze Distro. Senter, a co-founder of Supernova Women, a 5-year-old nonprofit whose mission, according to its website, is to "empower people of color to become self-sufficient shareholders in the cannabis industry," wrote in an email, "There has been some stop-and-start in my world and I have been steadfastly working on a project that I'm really pleased to announce."The new program, she stated, aims to "help jump-start the pathway to success in the infused cannabis space," which includes edibles, tinctures, and beverages.A virtual grand opening was set for September 15.The program was launched with a $250,000 contract from the city of Oakland to Equity Works Incubator for the shared kitchen, founded this year by Senter and her business.

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