Brighten A Pot Prisoner’s Day: Christmas Cards For Cannabis

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​The Christmas Cards for Cannabis effort, sponsored by the activist group Moms for Marijuana, gives you a way brighten the holidays for those who are being held in prison for weed.

“Help bring some hope to these friends of ours who are being held in prison for their involvement with cannabis,” said Amy Green of Moms for Marijuana.
Green invites everyone to join Moms for Marijuana in sending Christmas Cards for Cannabis. You can send a card with warm wishes to someone behind bars for a cannabis “crime.”


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Graphic: Moms for Marijuana

​”I want these jails to be overrun with our love!” Green said.
Participating is easy. Just send a holiday greeting card to at least one of the pot prisoners below — or better yet, all of them.
For those behind bars, every reminder that the outside world hasn’t forgotten about them, and still cares, can mean an enormous amount — the difference between hope and hopelessness.
If you have a friend or loved one to add to the list to receive holiday cards, you can add them in the Comments section below.
Hempy Holidays!

Please Send Cards to These Cannabis Prisoners
Joseph Pelchat #02553-041
USP Allenwood
US Penitentiary
PO Box 300
White Deer, PA 17887
Eddy Lepp
#90157-011
Federal Correctional Institution
3600 Guard Road
Lompoc CA 93436
Israel Castillo #AD2102
“Golf” Charlie #106
North Fork Correctional Facility
1605 E. Main 
Sayre, OK 73662
Chris Bartkowicz #1054156
PO Box 16700
Golden, CO 80402-6700
Marc Scott Emery #40252-086
Unit Q Pod 2CI
D Ray James Correctional Institution
PO Box 2000
Folkston GA 31537

Moms for Marijuana is a grassroots network of parents and other citizens across the world, who are concerned with the ignorant war that continues to be fought against the cannabis plant, and with how that war is negatively affecting the future generations of Earth.
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