Among young adults, the highest risk factors for homelessness are not having a high school diploma and being pregnant or parenting.
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I discovered at Women Grow a growing marijuana movement that is Black- and people of color-led, and that centers our resilience as we are fighting to end cycles of poverty and mass incarceration in our communities.
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