Global Marijuana March USA
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1035 cities have participated from 85 nations or subnational areas since 1999.
GMM: years, photos, basic city lists, maps, detailed city lists, nations, links, graphics, regions. Google images: Crowds, flyers: Marcha da Maconha. And: Marche Mondiale du Cannabis. And: Marcha Mundial de la Marihuana. And: Global Marijuana March. Add city name to searches. Flat list. All event graphics and photos. In alphabetical order by city. More flat lists:
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The Global Marijuana March (GMM) is also known as the Million Marijuana March (MMM), and Global Cannabis March (GCM). Other names, and associated events (some have been around longer than GCM): World Cannabis Day, Cannabis Liberation Day, Cannabis Parade, Ganja Day, J Day, MardiGrass, etc.. GMM occurs on the first Saturday in May, or thereabouts, depending on the city and country. It began in 1999. See New York City, Dana Beal, and Wikipedia: Global Marijuana March. It may include marches, meetings, rallies, raves, concerts, festivals, information tables, and more. The six main demands: stop all cannabis arrests; stop the lies; release the medicine; heal the sick; end the prison state; Cures Not Wars. See ibogaine. And Facebook: Ibogaine Universe!!!! See GMM links for many links for event maps, reports, crowd photos, videos, GMM graphics, press/media, 420 graphics, etc.. See flat lists. See GMM Facebook. See Archive.org to find archived reports by entering the URL. See report compilations: 420 and Global Marijuana March event lists by year. See also: Wikipedia: Legality of cannabis by country. Please let us know of missing cities for any year: Talk.
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GMM cities in the USA
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- 453 cities from all 50 states (and the District of Columbia) of the United States of America have signed up one or more years since 1999.
Alabama. Alaska. Arizona. Arkansas. California. Colorado. Connecticut. Delaware. District of Columbia. Florida. Georgia. Hawaii. Idaho. Illinois. Indiana. Iowa. Kansas. Kentucky. Louisiana. Maine. Maryland. Massachusetts. Michigan. Minnesota. Mississippi. Missouri. Montana. Nebraska. Nevada. New Hampshire. New Jersey. New Mexico. New York. North Carolina. North Dakota. Ohio. Oklahoma. Oregon. Pennsylvania. Rhode Island. South Carolina. South Dakota. Tennessee. Texas. Utah. Vermont. Virginia. Washington. West Virginia. Wisconsin. Wyoming. (Note: To edit this list click any city, or see Template:GMM cities USA.)
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- Alabama: Birmingham. Huntsville. Mobile.
- Alaska: Anchorage. Fairbanks. Homer. Juneau. Manley Hot Springs. Prince of Wales Island.
- Arizona: Bullhead City. Flagstaff. Glendale. Lake Havasu City. Mesa. Parker. Phoenix. Prescott. Scottsdale. Tucson.
- Arkansas: Fayetteville. Fort Smith. Hot Springs. Little Rock.
- California: Adelanto. Anaheim. Apple Valley. Arcata. Bakersfield. Bishop. Brentwood. Cambria. Chico. Crescent City. Dinuba. Eureka. Fontana. Fort Bragg. Fresno. Garberville. Garden Grove. Goleta. Grass Valley. Hanford. Hayward. Healdsburg. Huntington Beach. Lake Isabella. Long Beach. Los Angeles. Malibu. Marysville. Mendocino. Merced. Milpitas. Monterey. Morongo Valley. Mount Shasta. Napa. Nevada City. Oakland. Orange County. Palm Springs. Paradise. Pasadena. Patterson. Pescadero. Pomona. Redding. Redwood Valley. Reedley. Riverside. Sacramento. San Bernardino. San Diego. San Francisco. San Jose. San Luis Obispo. Santa Barbara. Santa Clara. Santa Cruz. Santa Monica. Santa Rosa. Smartsville. Stockton. Susanville. Ukiah. Upland. Upper Lake. Vacaville. Ventura. Visalia. Weed. Willits. Yuba City.
- Colorado: Boulder. Colorado Springs. Denver. Englewood. Fort Collins. Grand Junction. Gunnison. Leadville. Montrose. Morrison. Pagosa Springs. Pueblo. Steamboat Springs. Telluride.
- Connecticut: Hartford. Jewett City. Manchester. New Haven. New London. New Milford.
- Delaware: Dover. Newark. Rehoboth Beach. Wilmington. Yorklyn.
- District of Columbia: Washington, DC.
- Florida: Arcadia. Boca Raton. Brooksville. Cocoa Beach. Fort Lauderdale. Fort Myers. Gainesville. Hollywood. Jacksonville. Key West. Largo. Melbourne. Miami. Ocala. Orlando. Palm Harbor. Tampa.
- Georgia: Athens. Atlanta. Macon. Savannah.
- Hawaii: Hilo. Honolulu. Kailua-Kona. Maui. Paia. Waikiki.
- Idaho: Boise. Idaho Falls. Moscow.
- Illinois: Bradley. Carbondale. Champaign-Urbana. Chicago. DeKalb. Grayslake. Midlothian. Normal. Northbrook. Peoria. Quincy. Rockford. Springfield.
- Indiana: Columbus. Elkhart. Fort Wayne. Hammond. Indianapolis. Kendallville. Kokomo. LaPorte. Michigan City. Nashville. South Bend.
- Iowa: Des Moines. Independence. Iowa City. Sioux City.
- Kansas: Kansas City. Lawrence. Newton. Pittsburg. Topeka. Walton. Wichita.
- Kentucky: Bowling Green. Frankfort. Lexington. Louisville. Paducah. Rineyville. Vine Grove.
- Louisiana: Baton Rouge. Lafayette. New Orleans.
- Maine: Augusta. Portland. Starks.
- Maryland: Annapolis. [[Baltimore.
- Massachusetts: Amherst. Boston. Everett. Jamaica Plain. Northampton. Worcester.
- Michigan: Clio. Detroit. Escanaba. Flint. Genesee. Grand Rapids. Holland. Jackson. Jones. Kalamazoo. Lansing. Mount Pleasant. Muskegon. Rothbury. Traverse City. Whitehall.
- Minnesota: Duluth. Mankato. Minneapolis. Saint Paul. Winona.
- Mississippi: Batesville-Oxford. Jackson. Nettleton. Tupelo.
- Missouri: Columbia. Jefferson City. Joplin. Kansas City. Springfield. St. Louis.
- Montana: Billings. Bozeman. Butte. Clinton. Columbia Falls. Great Falls. Helena. Kalispell. Missoula.
- Nebraska: Grand Island. Kearney. Lincoln. Omaha.
- Nevada: Las Vegas. North Las Vegas. Reno. Stateline.
- New Hampshire: Concord. Derry. Durham. Nashua.
- New Jersey: Belmar. Bridgeton. Camden. Mahwah. Manasquan. New Brunswick. Newark. Summit. Trenton.
- New Mexico: Albuquerque. Hachita. Las Cruces. Roswell. Santa Fe. Taos.
- New York: Albany. Binghamton. Buffalo. Commack. Dansville. Hempstead. Ithaca. New Paltz. New York City. Potsdam. Rochester. Rye Brook. Syracuse. Utica. Warwick. Watertown. Woodstock.
- North Carolina: Asheville. Boone. Chapel Hill. Charlotte. Concord. Fayetteville. Greenville. Pineville. Raleigh-Durham. Wilmington. Winston-Salem.
- North Dakota: Bismarck. Fargo. Grand Forks.
- Ohio: Akron. Ashland. Athens. Cincinnati. Cleveland. Columbus. Dayton. Eaton. Kent. Lima. Miamitown. Oberlin. Toledo. Vermilion. Yellow Springs.
- Oklahoma: Alva. Edmond. Enid. Lawton. Oklahoma City. Tulsa. Wilburton.
- Oregon: Bend. Corvallis. Eugene. Keizer. Medford. Portland. Salem. The Dalles.
- Pennsylvania: Allentown. Beaver Falls. Camp Hill. Harrisburg. Lancaster. Lebanon. Oil City. Philadelphia. Pittsburgh. Scranton. Seneca. Uniontown. White Haven. Wilkes-Barre.
- Rhode Island: Kingston. Providence. South Kingstown.
- South Carolina: Charleston. Clemson. Columbia. Greenville. Williston.
- South Dakota: Huron. Rapid City. Sioux Falls. Sturgis.
- Tennessee: Baxter. Chattanooga. Clarksville. Cookeville. Knoxville. Memphis. Nashville.
- Texas: Abilene. Alpine. Amarillo. Arlington. Austin. Beaumont. Corpus Christi. Daingerfield. Dallas. El Paso. Everman. Fort Worth. Houston. Lubbock. McAllen. Midland.
- Utah: Ogden. Salt Lake City.
- Vermont: Bennington. Burlington. Montpelier.
- Virginia: Charlottesville. Chesapeake. Norfolk. Richmond. Roanoke. Salem. Virginia Beach.
- Washington: Bellingham. Bow. Gig Harbor. Kennewick. Leavenworth. Longview. Olympia. Pasco. Port Angeles. Pullman. Seattle. Sedro-Woolley. Spokane Valley. Spokane. Tacoma. Wenatchee. Yakima.
- West Virginia: Beckley. Buckhannon. Charleston. Elkins. Fairmont. Huntington. Lewisburg. Morgantown. Parkersburg.
- Wisconsin. Bangor. Eau Claire. Green Bay. La Crosse. Madison. Milwaukee. Rice Lake. Stevens Point. Turtle Lake. Wisconsin Dells.
- Wyoming: Casper. Riverton. Rock Springs. Worland.
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Cannabis is safer.
See articles: Cannabis is safer.
And: History of US Republican war on cannabis, and their lies about its health effects.
US Republicans &
- Wake up! They want you to be Broke, not Woke. Trickle-down economics.
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US Republicans have led cannabis and drug wars worldwide. All to create 2nd class citizens who are blocked from many educational, job, and voting opportunities. Part of the conservative plan to concentrate wealth in fewer hands worldwide. USA. The state of the nation. After decades of Republican-led drug war, and their filibusters in the Senate.
- US Republican states. It's not just cannabis prohibition. Many maps. It's also their low minimum wages, etc..
- The US federal minimum wage would be $13.46 in 2022 dollars if its real value had remained at the 1968 level. Even more in 2023 dollars. See graph below. Note the low minimum wages in the Republican south in the map below. See Wikipedia: Republican states.
- Wikipedia: List of US states by minimum wage.
- Wikipedia: List of European countries by minimum wage.
Canadians are richer, healthier, and safer than Americans:
- A $15 minimum wage would cost jobs, right? Probably not, economists say.
- There’s More Evidence That Raising the Minimum Wage Won’t Cost Jobs.
- The U.S. has one of the stingiest minimum wage policies of any wealthy nation. Washington Post.
Global warming. Roswell
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Roswell UFO craft and alien body retrieval was real according to U.S. Army officer Walter Haut. He signed affidavits to that effect in 1993 and 2002. Released in 2007 after his death in 2005. Video made in 2000. Released in May 2021. Much of the technology has been back engineered, and its carbon-free energy could end global warming. See Stephen Greer video.
Articles about Haut:
17 Aug 2021: “My father saw the bodies”: chasing the truth about Roswell. By James Jennings. Archived here.
5 June 2022: Roswell officer's deathbed confession about theory of alien cover up. By Declan Carey. Archived here.
14 May 2021: Ex-Army officer ADMITS he saw ‘alien the size of a 10-year-old child’ after famous Roswell UFO crash in incredible video. By Emma Parry. Archived here. This article has a short excerpt of the video.
May 2021: Roswell Officer Speaks From the Grave: Video Released, Confesses that Alien was "the size of a 10 year old". By Anthony Bragalia. Archived here. From article (emphasis added): "This video clip is part of a memoir video / oral history over two hours in length that covers many personal and professional aspects of Haut's life. The video was taken at the Roswell Museum in 2000 with friends Dennis Balthaser and Wendy Connors."
September 2007. Haut's Daughter Tells How Affidavit Came to Be. By Julie Schuster (his daughter). MUFON UFO Journal. Issue 473. Page 15. Dec 2002 affidavit is on page 14.
30 June 2007: Roswell officer's amazing deathbed admission raises possibility that aliens DID visit. By Nick Pope. Archived here.
2002 and 1993 affidavits. Archived here. Scroll down for the affidavits.
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