You heard it right! Native World Inc., along with Purple Hash Productions will be invading the streets of Ann Arbor, Mi April 7 for the 2012 Hash Bash!
What is Hash Bash you ask? Hash Bash is an annual event held on the first Saturday of April, at high noon, in Ann Arbor, MI on the University of Michigan Diag. A collection of speeches, live music, street vending and occasional civil disobedience are centered on the goal of reforming federal, state, and local marijuana laws. The first Hash Bash was held on Saturday, April 1 1972 in response to the March 9th 1972 decision by Michigan Supreme Court declaring unconstitutional the law used to convict cultural activist John Sinclair for possession of two marijuana joints. This action left the State of Michigan without a law prohibiting the use of marijuana until after the weekend of April 1 1972. Chef Ra was a fixture of the Hash Bash for 19 consecutive years before his death in late 2006.
So there you have it, its all about supporting the reform of Michigan marijuana laws. And as of now there is a Constitutional Amendment To End Marihuana Prohibition In Michigan. So if your a Michigan Warrior, and a registered voter, click the link to get in on the action and sign the petition to support this amendment!
There is a separate but heavily related event following Hash Bash just off campus known as the Monroe Street Fair
, where there is usually a live show accompanying the many street vendors selling extravagant bongs and other paraphernalia, along with a Michigan NORML
booth. This is where you’ll be able to stop by and catch our Native World Inc.
and Purple Hash
booth, and see us representin’ Warrior style for Hash Bash 2012!
Come out and support!!