Take to the Streets in the 2013 Global Marijuana March this Weekend

Take to the Streets in the 2013 Global Marijuana March this Weekend

Advocates for ending adult marijuana prohibition will take to the streets worldwide beginning this Saturday,  participating in the Global Marijuana March.

The Global Marijuana March, also known as the Global Cannabis March or the Million Marijuana March, was founded by Cures Not Wars’ activist Dana Beal in 1999 in New York City and quickly spread worldwide.  Over 800 cities from 72 countries have participated in the march since it began, including cities representing all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

The march takes place on the first Saturday in May every year.  The 2013  march takes place Saturday, May 4, in most cities.  In some cities, dates may vary slightly.

Below is a list of North American cities participating in the 2013 Global Marijuana March.  For a list of international cities participating in the march, click here.

Canada

  1. Aylesford, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  2. Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
  3. Castlegar, British Columbia, Canada.
  4. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
  5. Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
  6. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  7. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
  8. Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada.
  9. Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada.
  10. Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
  11. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.
  12. London, Ontario, Canada.
  13. Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada.
  14. Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  15. Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
  16. Oshawa, Ontario, Canada.
  17. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
  18. Peterborough, Ontario, Canada.
  19. Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
  20. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
  21. St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
  22. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  23. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
  24. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
  25. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

United States

Arizona

  1. Phoenix, Arizona, USA.

California

  1. Los Angeles, California, USA.
  2. Nevada City, California, USA.
  3. Riverside, California, USA.
  4. Sacramento, California, USA.
  5. San Francisco, California, USA.
  6. San Jose, California, USA.
  7. Santa Cruz, California, USA.

Colorado

  1. Boulder, Colorado, USA.
  2. Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA.
  3. Denver, Colorado, USA.
  4. Morrison, Colorado, USA.

Connecticut

  1. Hartford, Connecticut, USA.

District of Columbia

  1. Washington, District of Columbia, USA.

Florida

  1. Miami, Florida, USA.

Georgia

  1. Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

Hawaii

  1. Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.

Idaho

  1. Boise, Idaho, USA.
  2. Moscow, Idaho, USA.

Illinois

  1. Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Iowa

  1. Des Moines, Iowa, USA.

Kansas

  1. Topeka, Kansas, USA.

Maine

  1. Augusta, Maine, USA.
  2. Portland, Maine, USA.

Massachusetts

  1. Amherst, Massachusetts, USA.
  2. Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

Michigan

  1. Detroit, Michigan, USA.
  2. Flint, Michigan, USA.
  3. Muskegon, Michigan, USA.

Minnesota

  1. Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.

Missouri

  1. Kansas City, Missouri, USA.

Nebraska

  1. Omaha, Nebraska, USA.

New York

  1. New York City, New York, USA.

Ohio

  1. Columbus, Ohio, USA.
  2. Cleveland, Ohio, USA.
  3. Toledo, Ohio, USA.

Oregon

  1. Eugene, Oregon, USA.
  2. Medford, Oregon, USA.
  3. Portland, Oregon, USA.

Pennsylvania

  1. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.

Rhode Island

  1. Kingston, Rhode Island, USA.

Texas

  1. Dallas, Texas, USA.
  2. Fort Worth, Texas, USA.
  3. Houston, Texas, USA.

Vermont

  1. Burlington, Vermont, USA.

Washington

  1. Olympia, Washington, USA.
  2. Seattle, Washington, USA.
  3. Sedro-Woolley, Washington, USA.
  4. Spokane, Washington, USA.

Wisconsin

  1. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.

If you don’t see your city listed, but want to participate, gather some up some friends, make some signs, and take to the streets!

 

 

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