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Hundreds of cities hold 420 and Global Marijuana March events yearly. See crowd photos. Maps and lists: 2017, 2016, 2015.

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Global Marijuana March animated.gif 889 different cities have participated from 80 different nations or subnational areas since 1999.The Global Marijuana March (GMM) is an annual rally held at different locations across the planet. It refers to cannabis-related events that occur on the first Saturday in May, or thereabouts, and may include marches, meetings, rallies, raves, concerts, festivals and information tables. See also 4/20 events. See main GMM Facebook pages. See Category: Global Marijuana March by year. Not all participating cities have been added to this list. Let us know of missing cities.
Cities and nations holding 4/20 events are also included in the maps and lists for later years.

Years signed up: Browse the basic GMM city lists by year: ~ 1999. 2000. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 2010. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. ~ Or search them. Add city name to search (nation, state, province is optional).
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The Global Marijuana March also goes by the names of the Million Marijuana March (MMM) and the Global Cannabis March. It began in 1999. See New York City, Dana Beal, and Wikipedia: Global Marijuana March. There are local names for the event too. Such as: World Cannabis Day, Cannabis Liberation Day, Global Space Odyssey, Ganja Day, J Day, Million Blunts March, etc.. The Global Marijuana March is a celebration embracing cannabis culture as a personal lifestyle choice. Participants unite to discuss, promote, entertain and educate both consumers and non-consumers alike. See Global Marijuana March cities for a simple alphabetical list of all cities since 1999.

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2011 GMM in France. Marche Mondiale du Cannabis. Image is derived from Liberty Leading the People.

Click the images to enlarge them, and for more options. GMM: photos, basic city lists, maps, detailed city lists, years, regions, nations, links, graphics. Google images: Crowds, flyers: Marcha da Maconha. And: Marche Mondiale du Cannabis. And: Marcha Mundial de la Marihuana. And: Global Marijuana March.

Nations

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See also: Category:Cannabis-related links for more nations.

80 countries and some subnational areas: Angola. Argentina. Australia. Austria. Belarus. Belgium. Bermuda. Bolivia. Brazil. Bulgaria. Cambodia. Canada. Canary Islands. Cape Verde. Chile. Colombia. Costa Rica. Croatia. Cyprus. Czech Republic. Denmark. Ecuador. El Salvador. Faroe Islands. Finland. France. French Polynesia. Germany. Greece. Guadeloupe. Guatemala. Guyana. Hungary. Iceland. India. Indonesia. Iraqi Kurdistan. Ireland. Israel. Italy. Jamaica. Japan. Lithuania. Luxembourg. Malaysia. Malta. Martinique. Mexico. Moldova. Nepal. Netherlands. New Zealand. Nicaragua. Northern Ireland. Norway. Paraguay. Peru. Philippines. Poland. Portugal. Puerto Rico. Reunion. Romania. Russia. Serbia. Sicily. Slovakia. Slovenia. South Africa. Spain. Sweden. Switzerland. Trinidad and Tobago. Turkey. Ukraine. United Kingdom. United States of America. Uruguay. Venezuela. Vietnam. (Note: To edit this list click any nation, or go to Template:Global Marijuana March nations.)

City list by region

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The cities listed below are in alphabetical order in each region and country.

Click a link for any city page and add more info. There is a need for many Wikipedia, Wikitravel, WeBeHigh.com, Facebook, MySpace, YouTube, and other links. Many city pages need more info concerning local cannabis-related activism. Ask for help in forums, and anywhere else. Contact organizers for various cities, and ask for help with the city pages here and elsewhere. Copy links from the detailed city lists here and elsewhere. Find links via the GMM links page too. See Category:Countries. See also: Africa. Asia. Canada. Europe. Oceania. Russia. South and Central America. USA.

Africa

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Angola

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  1. Luanda, Angola.

Canary Islands

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  1. La Laguna, Tenerife, Canary Islands.
  2. Lanzarote, Canary Islands.
  3. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands.
  4. Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands.
  5. Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands.

Cape Verde

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  1. Mindelo, Cape Verde. - a republic (group of islands) off the west coast of Africa.

South Africa

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  1. Cape Town, South Africa.
  2. Durban, South Africa.
  3. George, South Africa.
  4. Johannesburg, South Africa.
  5. Pretoria, South Africa.
  6. Soweto, South Africa.


Asia

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Cambodia

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  1. Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

India

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  1. Bangalore, India.

Indonesia

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  1. Balikpapan, Indonesia.
  2. Banda Aceh, Indonesia.
  3. Bandung, Indonesia.
  4. Bintan, Indonesia.
  5. Gresik, Indonesia.
  6. Jakarta, Indonesia.
  7. Makassar, Indonesia.
  8. Medan, Indonesia.
  9. Padang, Indonesia.
  10. Palembang, Indonesia.
  11. Palu, Indonesia.
  12. Surabaya, Indonesia.
  13. Tangerang, Indonesia.
  14. Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Iraqi Kurdistan

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  1. Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan.

Israel

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  1. Eilat, Israel.
  2. Jerusalem, Israel.
  3. Netanya, Israel.
  4. Tel Aviv, Israel.

Japan

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  1. Nagaoka, Japan.
  2. Okinawa, Japan.
  3. Osaka, Japan.
  4. Sapporo, Japan.
  5. Tokyo, Japan.

Malaysia

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  1. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Nepal

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  1. Kathmandu, Nepal.

Philippines

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  1. Cebu City, Philippines.
  2. Manila, Philippines.
  3. Quezon City, Philippines.

Turkey

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  1. Istanbul, Turkey.

Vietnam

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  1. Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.


Russia

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  1. Bryansk, Russia
  2. Chelyabinsk, Russia
  3. Izhevsk, Russia
  4. Kaliningrad, Russia
  5. Kaluga, Russia
  6. Moscow, Russia
  7. Novosibirsk, Russia
  8. Orel, Russia
  9. Orenburg, Russia
  10. Samara, Russia
  11. Saratov, Russia
  12. St. Petersburg, Russia
  13. Tula, Russia
  14. Vladivostok, Russia
  15. Volgograd, Russia


Europe

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Austria. Belarus. Belgium. Bulgaria. Croatia. Cyprus. Czech Republic. Denmark. Faroe Islands. Finland. France. Germany. Greece. Hungary. Iceland. Ireland. Italy. Lithuania. Luxembourg. Malta. Moldova. Netherlands. Northern Ireland. Norway. Poland. Portugal. Romania. Serbia. Sicily. Slovakia. Slovenia. Spain. Sweden. Switzerland. United Kingdom. Ukraine. (Note: To edit this list click any city, or see Template:GMM cities Europe.)

Austria

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  1. Feldkirch, Austria.
  2. Innsbruck, Austria.
  3. Klagenfurt, Austria.
  4. Linz, Austria.
  5. Oberwart, Austria.
  6. Salzburg, Austria.
  7. Vienna, Austria.

Belarus

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  1. Minsk, Belarus.

Belgium

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  1. Antwerp, Belgium.
  2. Brussels, Belgium.
  3. Ghent, Belgium.
  4. Liege, Belgium.

Bulgaria

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  1. Sofia, Bulgaria.

Croatia

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  1. Zagreb, Croatia.

Czech Republic

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  1. Brno, Czech Republic.
  2. Pilsen (or Plzen), Czech Republic.
  3. Prague, Czech Republic. Global Marijuana March.

Cyprus

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  1. Nicosia-Lefkosia, Cyprus.

Denmark

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  1. Aarhus, Denmark.
  2. Christiania, Denmark.
  3. Copenhagen, Denmark.

Faroe Islands

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  1. Torshavn, Faroe Islands.

Finland

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  1. Helsinki, Finland.
  2. Jakobstad, Finland.
  3. Jyväskylä, Finland.
  4. Kuopio, Finland.
  5. Oulu, Finland.
  6. Pietarsaari, Finland.
  7. Tampere, Finland.
  8. Turku, Finland.

France

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  1. Aurillac, France.
  2. Bayonne, France.
  3. Bedous, France.
  4. Bordeaux, France.
  5. Castries, France.
  6. Chalon-sur-Saône, France.
  7. Clermont-Ferrand, France.
  8. Cognac, France.
  9. Lille, France.
  10. Lyon, France.
  11. Marseille, France.
  12. Metz, France.
  13. Montpellier, France.
  14. Nancy, France.
  15. Nantes, France.
  16. Nice, France.
  17. Paris, France.
  18. Poitiers, France.
  19. Rennes, France.
  20. Reunion, France.
  21. Strasbourg, France.
  22. Toulouse, France.
  23. Tours, France.
  24. Troyes, France.

Germany

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  1. Augsburg, Germany.
  2. Berlin, Germany.
  3. Braunschweig, Germany.
  4. Bremen, Germany.
  5. Cologne, Germany.
  6. Darmstadt, Germany.
  7. Dessau, Germany.
  8. Dortmund, Germany.
  9. Dresden, Germany.
  10. Duesseldorf, Germany.
  11. Duisburg, Germany.
  12. Ellwangen, Germany.
  13. Erlangen, Germany.
  14. Flensburg, Germany.
  15. Frankenthal, Germany.
  16. Frankfurt, Germany.
  17. Freiburg, Germany.
  18. Hamburg, Germany.
  19. Hanover, Germany.
  20. Heidelberg, Germany.
  21. Ingolstadt, Germany.
  22. Kempten, Germany.
  23. Lauterbach, Germany.
  24. Leipzig, Germany.
  25. Limburg, Germany.
  26. Mannheim, Germany.
  27. Marburg, Germany.
  28. Miesbach, Germany.
  29. Munich, Germany.
  30. Nuremberg, Germany.
  31. Osnabruck, Germany.
  32. Plauen, Germany.
  33. Potsdam, Germany.
  34. Recklinghausen, Germany.
  35. Rostock, Germany.
  36. Schwerin, Germany.
  37. Siegen, Germany.
  38. Soltau, Germany.
  39. Stuttgart, Germany.
  40. Trier, Germany.
  41. Tubingen, Germany.
  42. Ulm, Germany.
  43. Viernheim, Germany.
  44. Weiden in der Oberpfalz, Germany.
  45. Wildeshausen, Germany.
  46. Wittenberg, Germany.
  47. Wolfenbuttel, Germany.
  48. Wuppertal, Germany.
  49. Wurzburg, Germany.

Greece

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  1. Athens, Greece.
  2. Thessaloniki, Greece.
  3. Volos, Greece.

Hungary

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  1. Budapest, Hungary.
  2. Debrecen, Hungary.
  3. Nyiregyhaza, Hungary.
  4. Pecs, Hungary.
  5. Szeged, Hungary.
  6. Szombathely, Hungary.

Iceland

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  1. Reykjavik, Iceland.

Ireland

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  1. Cork, Ireland.
  2. Dublin, Ireland.

Italy

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  1. Bologna, Italy.
  2. Milan, Italy.
  3. Pordenone, Italy.
  4. Rome, Italy.
  5. Turin, Italy.

Lithuania

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  1. Vilnius, Lithuania.

Luxembourg

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  1. Luxembourg (city), Luxembourg.

Malta

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  1. Valletta, Malta.

Moldova

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  1. Chisinau, Moldova.

Netherlands

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  1. Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  2. Enschede, Netherlands.
  3. Rotterdam, Netherlands.
  4. The Hague, Netherlands.
  5. Utrecht, Netherlands.

Northern Ireland

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  1. Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK.
  2. Derry, Northern Ireland, UK.

Norway

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  1. Bergen, Norway.
  2. Kristiansand, Norway.
  3. Oslo, Norway.
  4. Stavanger, Norway.
  5. Tromso, Norway.
  6. Trondheim, Norway.

Poland

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  1. Katowice, Poland.
  2. Krakow, Poland.
  3. Poznan, Poland.
  4. Warsaw, Poland.
  5. Zielona Gora, Poland.

Portugal

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  1. Braga, Portugal.
  2. Coimbra, Portugal.
  3. Lisbon, Portugal.
  4. Porto, Portugal.

Romania

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  1. Bucharest, Romania.
  2. Constanta, Romania.

Serbia

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  1. Belgrade, Serbia.

Sicily

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  1. Catania, Sicily.

Slovakia

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  1. Bratislava, Slovakia.

Slovenia

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  1. Ljubljana, Slovenia.
  2. Maribor, Slovenia.

Spain

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  1. Alicante, Spain.
  2. Barcelona, Spain.
  3. Bilbao, Spain.
  4. Cadiz, Spain.
  5. Leon, Spain.
  6. Madrid, Spain.
  7. Malaga, Spain.
  8. Seville, Spain.
  9. Torrevieja, Spain.
  10. Vigo, Spain.
  11. Villarrobledo, Spain.
  12. Vitoria-Gasteiz, Euskal Herria, Spain.
  13. Zamora, Spain.
  14. Zaragoza, Spain.

Sweden

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  1. Malmo, Sweden.
  2. Stockholm, Sweden.

Switzerland

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  1. Basel, Switzerland.
  2. Berne, Switzerland.
  3. Biel/Bienne, Switzerland.
  4. Geneva, Switzerland.
  5. Lausanne, Switzerland.
  6. Locarno, Switzerland.
  7. Lucerne, Switzerland.
  8. Lugano, Switzerland.
  9. Sion, Switzerland.
  10. St. Gallen, Switzerland.
  11. Winterthur, Switzerland.
  12. Zurich, Switzerland.

Ukraine

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  1. Chernivtsi, Ukraine.
  2. Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine.
  3. Kiev, Ukraine.
  4. Kamianets-Podilskyi, Ukraine.
  5. Odessa, Ukraine.
  6. Simferopol, Ukraine.
  7. Ternopil, Ukraine.

United Kingdom

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  1. Aberdeen, Scotland, UK.
  2. Bangor, Wales, UK.
  3. Birmingham, England, UK.
  4. Brighton, England, UK.
  5. Bristol, England, UK.
  6. Cardiff, Wales, UK.
  7. Durham, England, UK.
  8. Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
  9. Glasgow, Scotland, UK.
  10. Hull, England, UK.
  11. Leeds, England, UK.
  12. Leicester, England, UK.
  13. Liverpool, England, UK.
  14. London, England, UK.
  15. Manchester, England, UK.
  16. Middlesbrough, England, UK.
  17. Newcastle upon Tyne, England, UK.
  18. Nottingham, England, UK.
  19. Reading, England, UK.
  20. Southampton, England, UK.
  21. Stafford, England, UK.
  22. Telford, England, UK.
  23. Weymouth, England, UK.


Oceania

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Australia

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  1. Adelaide, Australia.
  2. Canberra, Australia.
  3. Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.
  4. Launceston, Tasmania, Australia.
  5. Melbourne, Australia.
  6. Nimbin, New South Wales, Australia.
  7. Sydney, Australia.

French Polynesia

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  1. Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia.

New Zealand

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  1. Auckland, New Zealand.
  2. Christchurch, New Zealand.
  3. Dunedin, New Zealand.
  4. Hamilton, New Zealand.
  5. Hastings, New Zealand.
  6. Invercargill, New Zealand.
  7. Levin, New Zealand.
  8. Motueka, New Zealand.
  9. Napier, New Zealand.
  10. New Plymouth, New Zealand.
  11. Paeroa, New Zealand.
  12. Taupo, New Zealand.
  13. Tauranga, New Zealand.
  14. Wellington, New Zealand.
  15. Whakatane, New Zealand.
  16. Whangarei, New Zealand.


Latin America

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See nearby islands section farther down.
Cities with events anytime in the month of May are listed for some countries.

Argentina

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  1. Bahia Blanca, Argentina.
  2. Bariloche, Argentina.
  3. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  4. Comodoro Rivadavia, Argentina.
  5. Cordoba, Argentina.
  6. El Bolson, Argentina.
  7. Formosa, Argentina.
  8. Gonzalez Catan, Argentina.
  9. La Plata, Argentina.
  10. La Rioja, Argentina.
  11. Mar del Plata, Argentina.
  12. Mendoza, Argentina.
  13. Neuquen, Argentina.
  14. Obera, Argentina.
  15. Parana, Argentina.
  16. Posadas, Argentina.
  17. Resistencia, Argentina.
  18. Rio Cuarto, Argentina.
  19. Rio Gallegos, Argentina.
  20. Rio Grande, Argentina.
  21. Rosario, Argentina.
  22. Salta, Argentina.
  23. San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca, Argentina.
  24. San Juan, Argentina.
  25. San Luis, Argentina.
  26. San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina.
  27. San Pedro de Misiones, Argentina.
  28. San Salvador de Jujuy, Argentina.
  29. Santa Fe, Argentina.
  30. Santiago del Estero, Argentina.
  31. Trelew, Argentina.
  32. Ushuaia, Argentina.
  33. Venado Tuerto, Argentina.

Bolivia

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  1. Cochabamba, Bolivia.
  2. La Paz, Bolivia.

Brazil

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  1. Americana, Brazil.
  2. Aracaju, Brazil.
  3. Atibaia, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
  4. Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
  5. Blumenau, Brazil.
  6. Brasilia, Brazil.
  7. Campinas, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
  8. Campo Grande, Brazil.
  9. Cuiaba, Brazil.
  10. Curitiba, Brazil.
  11. Diadema, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
  12. Florianopolis, Brazil.
  13. Fortaleza, Brazil.
  14. Foz do Iguacu, Brazil.
  15. Goiania, Brazil.
  16. Guarulhos, Brazil.
  17. Itajuba, Minas Gerais, Brazil
  18. Joao Pessoa, Brazil.
  19. Joinville, Brazil.
  20. Juiz de Fora, Brazil.
  21. Jundiai, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
  22. Lavras, Minas Gerais, Brazil.
  23. Macapa, Brazil
  24. Manaus, Brazil.
  25. Natal, Brazil.
  26. Niteroi, Brazil.
  27. Nova Iguacu, Brazil.
  28. Patos, Brazil.
  29. Petropolis, Brazil.
  30. Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
  31. Presidente Prudente, Brazil.
  32. Recife, Brazil.
  33. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  34. Salvador, Bahia, Brazil.
  35. Santos, Brazil.
  36. Sao Bernardo do Campo, Brazil.
  37. Sao Goncalo, Brazil.
  38. Sao Jose do Rio Preto, Brazil.
  39. Sao Paulo, Brazil.
  40. Teresina, Brazil.
  41. Uberlandia, Brazil.
  42. Vicosa, Minas Gerais, Brazil.
  43. Vitoria, Espirito Santo, Brazil.

Chile

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  1. Antofagasta, Chile.
  2. Arica, Chile.
  3. Calama, Chile.
  4. Chillan, Chile.
  5. Concepcion, Chile.
  6. Coquimbo, Chile.
  7. Iquique, Chile.
  8. Los Andes, Chile.
  9. Punta Arenas, Chile.
  10. Santiago, Chile.
  11. Talca, Chile.
  12. Temuco, Chile.
  13. Valdivia, Chile.
  14. Valparaiso, Chile.

Colombia

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  1. Barrancabermeja, Colombia.
  2. Barranquilla, Colombia.
  3. Bogota, Colombia.
  4. Bucaramanga, Colombia.
  5. Cali, Colombia.
  6. Cartagena, Colombia.
  7. Ibague, Colombia.
  8. Manizales, Colombia.
  9. Medellin, Colombia.
  10. Pasto, Colombia.
  11. Pereira, Colombia.

Costa Rica

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  1. San Jose, Costa Rica.

Ecuador

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  1. Guayaquil, Ecuador.
  2. Quito, Ecuador.

El Salvador

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  1. San Salvador, El Salvador.

Guatemala

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  1. Guatemala City, Guatemala.

Guyana

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  1. Georgetown, Guyana.

Mexico

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  1. Guadalajara, Mexico.
  2. Leon, Mexico.
  3. Merida, Mexico.
  4. Mexico City, Mexico.
  5. Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico.
  6. Tepoztlan, Mexico.

Nicaragua

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  1. Managua, Nicaragua.

Paraguay

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  1. Asuncion, Paraguay

Peru

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  1. Arequipa, Peru.
  2. Cusco, Peru.
  3. Huanchaco, Peru.
  4. Lima, Peru.
  5. Punta Sal, Peru.
  6. Tarapoto, Peru.

Uruguay

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  1. Florida, Uruguay.
  2. Fray Bentos, Uruguay.
  3. Montevideo, Uruguay.
  4. Paysandu, Uruguay.
  5. Salto, Uruguay.
  6. Tacuarembo, Uruguay.

Venezuela

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  1. Barquisimeto, Venezuela.
  2. Caracas, Venezuela.
  3. Maracaibo, Venezuela.
  4. Maracay, Venezuela.
  5. Merida, Venezuela.
  6. Valencia, Venezuela.

Nearby islands

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Bermuda

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  1. Bermuda.
  2. Hamilton, Bermuda.

Guadeloupe

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  1. Guadeloupe, France.

Jamaica

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  1. Kingston, Jamaica.

Martinique

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  1. Fort-de-France, Martinique.

Puerto Rico

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  1. San Juan, Puerto Rico.
  2. Vega Alta, Puerto Rico.

Trinidad and Tobago

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  1. Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.


Northern America

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Canada

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  • 55 cities from all 13 provinces and territories of Canada have signed up one or more years since 1999. (Note: To edit this list click any city, or see Template:GMM cities Canada.)

Abbotsford. Acton. Athabasca. Aylesford. Banff. Brantford. Calgary. Castlegar. Dartmouth. Dauphin. Edmonton. Fort Erie. Grand Forks. Grande Prairie. Guelph. Halifax. Hamilton. Hearst. Iqaluit. Kamloops. Kelowna. Kingston. Kitchener. Ladysmith. Lethbridge. London. Medicine Hat. Montreal. Nanaimo. Nelson. Niagara Falls. North Battleford. Oshawa. Ottawa. Penticton. Peterborough. Prince Edward Island, Canada. Prince George. Red Deer. Regina. Saint John. Sarnia. Saskatoon. St. John's. Sturgeon Falls. Sudbury. Terrace. Thunder Bay. Toronto. Vancouver. Victoria. Yellowknife. Whitehorse. Winnipeg. Yarmouth.

More cites should be added to this list, since there have been many 420 events in Canada, and not all yearly GMM city lists included 420 events.

By provinces and territories:

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United States

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See cannabis-related links for the USA. See also: Global Marijuana March USA.
Note: Use the Firefox addon FindBar Tweak to count the cities. Use it to search the wikitext for an asterisk followed by a space. The addon counts the number of matches.

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.)

For links to site pages for cities (not just GMM) in a particular state, province, or country click this Google search link, and add the name after "intitle" (no space). For example; cities in Colorado. Put quotes around 2 or more words; "New York".


By state

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See Template:GMM cities USA by state. See also: State and province page layout.

Cannabis is safer

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See: Reagan's war on cannabis. And: Holy War on Drugs, Republican-led mass incarceration.

Ronald Reagan, 1980 campaign speech 1: "Leading medical researchers are coming to the conclusion that marijuana, pot, grass, whatever you want to call it, is probably the most dangerous drug in the United States, and we haven't begun to find out all of the ill effects, but they are permanent ill effects. The loss of memory for example."
See Reagan say it at 1 minute 7 seconds into this video clip narrated by Woody Harrelson.

See longer article: Cannabis is safer.

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Above quote is from Sanjay Gupta interview of Obama on April 15, 2015. Interview aired on CNN on April 19, 2015. [87][88][89].

Presidents alone can not reschedule it

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See main article: Presidents alone can not reschedule marijuana.

Neither the president nor the Attorney General can reschedule marijuana by themselves. [93] [94][95]. The two of them together also can not do so. See Wikipedia: Removal of cannabis from Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act. See "Process" section.

Since HHS (Health and Human Services) and the DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) have again declined to reschedule or deschedule cannabis, then only Congress can do so. But Congress removed help for veterans: Republicans in Congress Won’t Let Veterans Access Medical Marijuana After All. [96][97]. And Congressional Republican committee leaders refuse hearings on CARERS bill to reschedule cannabis. See: Medical Marijuana Advocates Rally to Loosen Restrictions. By Alicia Ault. 23 Mar 2016. Medscape.



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See: Drug war, control, and Republican-led income inequality. And: Drug war causes high U.S. incarceration rate. And: Drug War, mandatory minimum sentencing, handguns. And: US incarceration peaked in 2008. And: Number of marijuana prisoners in the USA. And: List of countries and U.S. states by incarceration rate.
See articles: Cannabis prisoners and Drug war cost charts, infographics..
The majority of people incarcerated in prisons and jails in the USA are in due to drug-related offenses, crimes to get money for drugs, or drug-related parole or probation violations. Wikipedia: Drug-related crime. The number of inmates in the USA has increased almost 5 times over since 1980. The USA has the highest incarceration rate of any nation b c (except for the tiny country of the Seychelles). Compare incarceration rates worldwide. The cost of the U.S. drug war is at least 1.5 trillion dollars. Cannabis is safer! Share link.
Jail, jail deaths (2), and bail. A Lot Of People Are Dying At This Understaffed Texas Jail. And: How the Money Bail System Perpetuates America’s Mass Incarceration Problem. 2. And: Justice Department blasts ‘unconstitutional’ fixed bail schedules. Many innocent people in jail. And: Many marijuana users in jail without bail money. And: Senator Kamela Harris push for bail reform.
The mentally ill. Rundle Won't Charge Prison Guards Who Allegedly Boiled Schizophrenic Black Man to Death for 2 Hours in Shower. Death Ruled An Accident. Documents Show They Omitted Key Details. Florida inmate in for cocaine possession. 2345. Due to lack of single-payer universal healthcare the mentally ill end up incarcerated and untreated. Prison costs far more than caring for them to begin with. For their non-violent offenses three-quarters of Americans favor ‘rehabilitation’ over jail time, survey finds.

Poor health care in general in prisons and jails. Inmates Pay A Small Fortune To See A Doctor. 2.3.

USA. Republican war on cannabis

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See: Republican-led drug war. And: Drug war causes high U.S. incarceration rate.

The Cannabis War is over and the U.S. Republican Party has lost. They may not know it yet, so keep marching, lobbying, and voting! Please register and vote! See: Reagan's War on Cannabis. And: Drug war, control, and Republican-led income inequality. And: Alternatives to Republican-led mass incarceration.

Vermont's Republican Governor Scott Vetoes Marijuana Legalization bill of Democrat legislature. May 24, 2017. And: New Mexico's Republican governor vetoes a bill that would have allowed medical marijuana for opioid addiction. April 7, 2017. And: New Mexico's Republican governor vetoes the 911 Good Samaritan Overdose Prevention Bill. April 7, 2017. And: Idaho's Republican governor vetoes a broadly-supported asset forfeiture reform bill. April 7, 2017.

Democrats, following Bernie Sanders lead, propose bill to raise minimum wage to $15 by 2024. Republicans oppose raising federal minimum wage. [98] [99].

U.S. Republican Party: Greed, Ground Wars, Drug Wars, and Mass Incarceration.


Green love

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The Global Marijuana March is the first Saturday in May. The first Saturday in May is also World Naked Gardening Day. Your marijuana garden needs love too Face-smile.svg. (see Google search for it). But, be safe!

Republicans think they can spend an infinite amount of money (many trillions of dollars) on health-insurance-company-based healthcare, and have an infinite number of babies, to feed their appetite for endless ground wars, and for more inmates for more prisons for more drug war.
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Wikipedia: Population milestone babies.
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As with cannabis legalization Colorado leads the way.. More info. 2.3..
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Canadian healthcare costs much less

Half the cost of Obama-Trumpcare

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See: Canadian single-payer universal healthcare versus US healthcare. And: End drug war with universal healthcare. And: Canadian single-payer healthcare and Portuguese drug decriminalization.
Country Life expectancy Infant mortality rate Healthcare cost per person (2). (US dollars. PPP)
Canada 82.2 years.(2) 4.9 per 1000 births. $4,608 in 2015. Public and private costs.
USA 79.3 years.(2) 6.5 per 1000 births. $9,451 in 2015. Public and private costs.

Canada has single payer healthcare

Canada has universal healthcare

Canada has better health outcomes

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See: Canadian single-payer universal healthcare versus US healthcare.

Canada passes US in middle-class wealth. Median after-tax middle-class income in Canada is higher. [101]. Why? Canadians pay so much less for far better healthcare. And: Canada has higher minimum wage.

Canadians have universal healthcare and longer lifespans, at half the cost of US healthcare.

US healthcare spending per person is more than double the average of other developed countries:

Each 10 million US uninsured = 10,000 more deaths yearly

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Bernie Sanders' projection of 'thousands' of deaths from lost health coverage is well-supported. By Louis Jacobson. June 27, 2017. Politifact. See article sidebar for many sources. [102][103][104][105][106].

Portugal has universal healthcare

Portugal decriminalized all drugs

Portugal has universal drug treatment

In Portugal few die of overdoses

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See: End drug war with universal healthcare. And: Canadian single-payer universal healthcare versus US healthcare. And: Canadian single-payer healthcare and Portuguese drug decriminalization.

Portugal has decriminalized all drugs. Like Canada it has universal healthcare. See: Portugal. Cannabis-related links. See: Wikipedia: Drug policy of Portugal and Wikipedia: Health in Portugal. Nearly all of the European Union (EU) has universal healthcare. [107][108]. See: List of countries with universal health care.

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Source for above chart: Are any conservatives in the US for a single payer and a universal health care system, or can they not coexist? Chart is from comment around March 11, 2017 by Dan Munro, "author of Casino Healthcare, and Forbes contributor".

Canadian Single Payer: Show health card, get health care paid for by taxes. No deductibles on basic Canadian health care, and co-pays are extremely low or non-existent.

Single-Payer Healthcare. Higher life expectancy at half the cost.
Country Life expectancy Infant mortality rate Healthcare cost per person
(2). (US dollars. PPP)
Murder rate
per 100,000
Canada 82.2 years.(2) 4.9 per 1000 births. $4,608 in 2015 1.5
USA 79.3 years.(2) 6.5 per 1000 births. $9,451 in 2015 3.9
Murder rate is lower in Canada due to far less handgun ownership.
Save $1.6 trillion out of $3.2 trillion spent on US healthcare in 2015. How?: Canadian single-payer healthcare, and Portuguese drug decriminalization and treatment. And: Save more via less incarceration. And: Prescriptions are free in Scotland, Wales, N. Ireland. Vs. USA. [109]. And: No personal medical debt in single-payer countries.


Portugal decriminalised drugs 14 years ago – and now hardly anyone dies from overdosing. 2015 article by Chris Ingraham. Chart below is from the article. As is the quote below:

"The country has 3 overdose deaths per million citizens, compared to the EU average of 17.3."

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In 2014 the USA had 147 overdose deaths per million people. [110] [111] [112] [113]

Overdose Deaths Involving Opioids, United States, 2000-2015. Deaths per 100,000. Multiply by 10 to get deaths per million people. Source.

In 2016 the USA had 185 overdose deaths per million people. See chart in article, and a different chart below.

Sources: [7][8] "Goulao says 90 per cent of public money spent fighting drugs in Portugal is channeled toward those health-care goals — just 10 per cent is spent on police enforcement." [9][10][11][12].
Sources: [13][14][15].

US charts:

Ibogaine cure:


Remove Republicans in 2018 US elections

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See also: Republican-led Drug War. And: Drug war causes high U.S. incarceration rate.

Will 2018 midterm elections remove Republicans? 2018 ballot issues: marijuana & minimum wage.

Poll. US voters support single payer Medicare-for-all 51 - 38 percent. As do doctors. See: Australian single payer. And: It costs less. Bernie Sanders videos: A Republican senator challenged a Canadian doctor on their single-payer health care. 2. Chart: Portugal's drug decriminalization. 2.3. And: U.S. Healthcare Ranked Dead Last Compared To 10 Other Countries.


A or F? How Congress scores on marijuana. 2. By Danielle Keane, NORML political director. 2016. "Of the 233 Democrats in Congress, 208 members (89.3 percent) received a passing grade of a 'C' or higher. Of the 302 Republicans in Congress, 102 members (33.8 percent) received a passing grade of a 'C' or higher." For your state see: Congressional Scorecard. NORML. Grading was based upon members' voting records.


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