CANNABIS CULTURE – Liberty through street art.
This is an article about what I think pot activists should do to honor the now-traditional April 20th day of cannabis celebration and protest, given that, in some places, there are a surging number of cases of COVID-19, and in some cases, more deadly variants circulating.
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As a cannabis activist for 29 years who has studied the issue carefully, I have come to the conclusion that continued post-legalization prohibition of cannabis and over-regulation of industrial hemp threatens the existence of humanity, through climate destabilization by denying carbon-negative hemp ethanol the ability to compete with fossil fuels, by the brutality against (and – in some places – genocidal war against) the herbally autonomous, and by the crushing poverty enforced through the prohibition and/or cartelization of the cannabis economy.
As activists, we have a duty to draw attention to these injustices in any effective way possible – even if it means risking arrest in acts of civil disobedience in order