Not that you needed a reason to show your love of weed, but last weekend was definitely one, as the 2017 Global Marijuana March took place around the world. The 2017 Global Marijuana March AKA the GMM – or, like, the Million Marijuana March – is a protest that is aimed to end cannabis prohibition, being held in cities across the globes, every year since 1999. And if these photos are anything to go by, it the movement looks to be growing, all over.
1. The air up there…
2. He means business
An activist marches along Reforma Avenue in Mexico City demanding, well, reform.
3. To be blunt
At a rally in Medellín, a Colombian activist demands the depenalization of weed, while smoking a whole lot of it.
4. Deschedule Cannabis Now!
The sign – being carried by protesters in New York City – says it all: deschedule cannabis, like, now!
5. The fruit salad
Another protestor in Colombia makes use of the fresh fruit on offer in such a climate.
6. You can keep your cocktail
Say what you like, but this has less calories than a cocktail served in a watermelon.
7. Bigger and better
The Colombians like their blunts big. Real big.
8. Legalize Ja!
In San Paulo, Brazil, the activists go big.
9. Out in force and without sign of the force
On Saturday, Medellin was swamped with activists demanding the depenalisation of cannabis.
10. Why not?
If you’re going to protest, you might as well partake, right?
11. Light ‘em if you’ve got ‘em
You wouldn’t have been alone.
12. The girl from Ipanema
The girl (well, this girl) from Ipanema likes to smoke.
13. Here’s how you protest
Puff, puff, pass… all the way around the line!
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