Summer Nude Parade in SF | Castro to The Haight
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Jane Warner Memorial Plaza | 401 Castro Street, San Francisco, CA
Submitted by the Event Organizer
It’s time to celebrate freedom of the mind: psychedelics just got decriminalized in Oakland. A number of sacred plant medicines were decriminalized with a unanimous vote by Oakland City Council.
Nude Parade in SF
Rally to Legalize Psychedelic Medicine in San Francisco
Sunday, August 18, 2019 | Rally at 11 am; Parade at Noon
Jane Warner Plaza, Castro & Market, SF
The rally starts at 11 am and the parade will start at 12 noon on Sunday, August 18th at Jane Warner Plaza. They will march to Haight and Ashbury and back to the Castro.
You’re welcome to join in, as bare as you dare. The event will be clothing optional and permitted by the SFPD, so no one will be arrested nor cited. Instead, the SFPD is going to block traffic for the parade as the groups runs naked through the streets carrying signs about legalizing psychedelics.
If you play a musical instrument, please bring it. They’ll be getting a sound permit. Please send your suggestions for chants about body freedom and psychedelics.
Please note, this event was submitted directly to us. We do not have a website link. – Last Updated 8/11/19
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