Facebook co-founder helps give 20 struggling moms in Mississippi $1,000 a month free cash

"There is [a] story from Mississippi's history I do not think we tell often enough of low-income, black women who organized to create stronger communities and better outcomes for their people," said Aisha Nyandoro of The Magnolia Mother's Trust, a universal basic income pilot program, which includes 20 black moms in Mississippi who's income is below the poverty index. Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes is helping fund the initiative.
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