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There’s good and bad news for Black women founders, Google employees protest the dismissal of an ethical AI expert, and whose god is Charlamagne anyway?

But first, here’s your never-ending-the-war-on-drugs week in review, in Haiku.

Well, at least for one
brief shining moment we can
imagine a world

where Jamaal doesn’t
lose his future for the same
joint that doesn’t seem

to trip up all the
Chads who recreate with ease.
A world where taxes

are investments in
communities; ending a
pointless war on drugs.

Oh! There is a point?
And drug laws don’t even work?
At least we can dream.

Have a fulfilling weekend. Take some time to dream, if you can.

Ellen McGirt
@ellmcgirt
Ellen.McGirt@fortune.com

Lyron Foster is a Hawaii based African American Musician, Author, Actor, Blogger, Filmmaker, Philanthropist and Multinational Serial Tech Entrepreneur.

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