lists and forums. Global Million Marijuana March. Cannabis
liberation day. Worldwide since 1999. First Saturday in May,
or that weekend, or thereabouts. May 1, 2010. May 2, 2009. May 3, 2008.
May 5, 2007. May 6, 2006. May 7, 2005. May 1, 2004. May 3, 2003. May 4,
2002. May 5, 2001. May 6, 2000. May 1, 1999. Wikia:
A more popular MMM-GMM (and other topics)
and public archive:
*MMM Cannabis Action. Global
March, and Cannabis Liberation.
in May, or that weekend, or thereabouts. Many MMM, cannabis, and
drug reform messages. Other topics
are covered, too. Creative networking! Networking beyond the drug
homepage has links to events info, city lists, contact info, rally
photos. Thousands have read the archived messages. Only the moderator
post to this list.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/cannabisaction --Email list homepage
The main MMM-only email list also
publicly-archives some of Dana
Beal's compilation emails, and some excerpts.
*MMM World. MMM-related messages only.
Group email list with public archive. Million Marijuana March. Cannabis
Weekend of first Saturday in May. Global Cannabis March. The main GMM-MMM Yahoo Group allows both subscribers
and non-subscribers to post MMM-related
messages, previews, photos, web pages, rally reports, questions,
for help, etc.. The moderator-owner will also forward your MMM emails
to other appropriate
Yahoo Groups, people, etc.. Your email may take a day or two to show up
of the public archives. It depends on how often the moderator checks
Subscribers can post directly to the MMMworld Yahoo Group.
Non-subscribers can post their MMM-related stuff to the email address
Please put "MMM" "GMM" or "marijuana march" or something similar in the
subject of the email or it may be mistaken for
spam and deleted: email@example.com
The GMM-MMM Yahoo Group has a public archive at: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/mmmworld
*MMM Mayday. This may
be the oldest MMM email list. There is no archive. MMM,
cannabis, drug war, and networking
activism in general are some of the topics found in messages. Spam and
is no longer blocked, and can be a problem at times. The original owner
the list can no longer access the management, moderation and blocking
this list due to loss of account info, change of email address, etc..
So there is no moderator. Other MMM lists
may be better for those not wishing to get the spam, etc.. Or just
block and ignore the
spam. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/mayday --Home page and signup.
Sometimes Yahoo Groups become spam-saturated and/or unmoderated,
owner-moderators do not know how to prevent selected subscribers from
posting. It is
easy for a moderator to prevent selected subscribers from posting
the list. Once this setting has been put in effect the subscriber
to receive list mail, but can not post anything. The setting can be
the moderator at any time.