Global Marijuana March

Texans rallying on the Tarrant County Courthouse steps during the 2016 Global Marijuana March in Fort Worth.

Around 1,600 people took part in the Global Marijuana March throughout 7 cities, a sharp downturn from 2015.

An eclectic group of people turned out for the Global Marijuana March in Fort Worth this weekend, and as usual, there were gratuitous amounts of cannabis consumed.

The Global Marijuana March returns to Fort Worth this month with a lineup of speakers, bands, and a rally at the Tarrant County Courthouse.

The nation’s fourth largest city, Houston, will be participating in the Global Marijuana March on the first Saturday in May.

Lubbock will be getting its first taste of the Global Marijuana March the first Saturday of May.

Corpus Christi will be participating in the Global Marijuana March for the second time on the first Saturday in May.

San Antonio will be participating in the Global Marijuana March, with a rally and party taking place afterwards on the first Saturday in May.

For the third time, El Paso will be participating in the Global Marijuana March the first Saturday in May.

Amarillo will be participating in the world-wide Global Marijuana March the first Saturday in May.

The following is a list of all known marijuana related events happening in Texas for the month of May 2016.

Over 3,200 protesters marched on the courthouse in downtown Fort Worth on Saturday, took it over, and staged a massive protest which included openly smoking large amounts of marijuana as dozens of officers stood and looked on.

Each year, DFW NORML holds a march in Fort Worth which coincides with the Global Marijuana March to show solidarity for those affected by the war on cannabis and to raise awareness for the need to legalize marijuana. This year, they’ve gone all out to help ensure it will be

Dating back to 1999, groups around the world have marched in solidarity to support marijuana legalization and remember those who have been harmed by the war on cannabis. For several years now, marches have taken place in both Fort Worth and Austin, put on by DFW NORML and Texas NORML.