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Where Do I Go For The Global Cannabis March?

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legalize marijuanaThis Saturday, May the 4th (or “Star Wars Day”) advocates for ending adult marijuana prohibition will march in hundreds of cities worldwide.  The Global Cannabis March (or “Million Marijuana March”, “Cannabis Liberation Day”, “J Day”, etc.) was founded by Cures Not Wars’ Dana Beal in 1999 in New York City.

A fantastic wiki has been set up to coordinate all the cities that will be participating.  Find yours by visiting http://rad-r.us/MJMarch – the link takes you to the United States’ listings, but you can scroll up and down for the worldwide listings.  Most marches have their own Facebook page as well, which you can find on the wiki as well.

I strongly encourage all readers to attend their march if possible.  There is nothing more galvanizing as an activist than to stand toe-to-toe with like-minded citizens and visibly protest for an end to prohibition.  Bring signs and friends and your love of the First Amendment (in America and your right to protest in your country).  Now that Colorado and Washington have opened the door, we need to blow it wide open for all cannabis consumers.

Million Marijuana March 037It was eight years ago that I attended my first Global Cannabis March in Portland.  That march changed my life as I was introduced to other local activists and opportunities I could never have found behind a computer screen.

Visit http://rad-r.us/MJMarch now and make your plans to stand up for your rights tomorrow.

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Executive Director: Russ Belville has been active in Oregon marijuana reform since 2005, when he was elected second-in-command of the state affiliate, Oregon NORML. After four years with Oregon NORML, Russ was hired by National NORML in 2009, working as Outreach Coordinator and hosting the NORML Daily Audio Stash podcast until 2012. Since then, Russ launched the 420RADIO marijuana legalization network and is the host of The Russ Belville Show, a live daily marijuana news talk radio program. Russ is also a prolific writer, with over 300 articles posted online and in print in HIGH TIMES, Huffington Post, Alternet, The Weed Blog, Marijuana Politics, and more.

5 Comments

  1. that link russ posted doesnt tell you where to go , wtf russ have you relapsed i was expecting to click the link and see a start place but nooooooo that too much to ask i guess….

  2. DavidTheExpert on

    I will be at the one in New York City, for sure. I hope I meet some activists as well, like you did, Russ. Ever since I moved to the city, I have been itching to make a real difference locally. Cannabis reform is not such a familiar concept to most New Yorkers. But this place is ripe for reform. NYC is extremely liberal and forward thinking; it’s only our cannabis laws that are ancient and draconian.

  3. nice the day before the event and it doesnt say where in my area D.C, cmon now if you want ppl to attend at least let us know where ffs

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