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420 Unity Day of Action, 2024

Last Prisoner Project organizing march in Washington DC to advocate for the descheduling of cannabis, and for retroactive relief measures...
By Sensi Staff
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Although 24 states and D.C. have legalized adult-use cannabis sales and the vast majority of the U.S. population now lives in states with some form of legal cannabis, tens of thousands of people remain in state and federal prison. It is imperative that as the federal government seeks to downgrade cannabis’ status from a Schedule I drug, advocates are pushing for the full legalization of cannabis, complete with effective strategies for retroactive relief.

On April 18th, 2024, The Last Prisoner Project will be mobilizing the largest bi-partisan coalition of cannabis advocacy, industry, and grassroots organizations in the U.S. to convene in Washington D.C. for a 420 Unity Day of Action to put public pressure on Congress and the President to take action on the full descheduling of cannabis and the necessary retroactive relief measures.

Participating Organizations/Social Tags:

Last Prisoner Project (LPP) (@lastprisonerproject)

Drug Policy Alliance (DPA) (@drugpolicyalliance)⁣⁣

Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) (@ssdpofficial)⁣⁣

NORML (@natlnorml)⁣⁣

Veterans Cannabis Coalition (@veteranscannacoalition)⁣⁣

Parabola Center (@parabolacenter)⁣⁣

Reason Foundation⁣⁣

Law Enforcement Action Partnership⁣⁣ (LEAP) (@leactionpartnership)

National Cannabis Festival (@natlcannabisfest)⁣⁣

National Craft Cannabis Coalition⁣⁣ (@nationalcraftcannabiscoalition)

National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA)⁣⁣ (@nationalcannabisindustry)

Minority Cannabis Business Association (MCBA)⁣⁣ (@mincannbusassoc)

Indigenous Cannabis Industry Association (ICIA) (@indigenouscannabisindustry)⁣⁣

Asian Cannabis Roundtable⁣⁣ (@asiancannabisroundtable)

National Association of Black Cannabis Lawyers (NABCL) (@nabcl_llc)

FreedomGrow (@FreedomGrowForever)

Marijuana Justice (@thcjusticenow)

Doctors for Drug Policy Reform (@d4dprorg)

United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) (@ufcwunion)

Bay Area Latino Cannabis Alliance (BALCA) (@balca_bayarea)