Pick up issue #59 of "Cannabis Culture" magazine. There is a very good article on how to do just that. The article is about what they did in Denver.
If you can not find the magazine. I believe if you go to their website and e-mail them,
they will copy the article for you at no charge.
#1. join NORML they are our version of the NRA, providing "Lobbiests" for reform in D.C., and are on the forefront of reform everywhere. Numbers count, your dollars count.
#2.."IMO"..one of the best things that we can all do to promote mj reform, is to present a "public profile" that defies the rumors/myths surrounding marijuanna. Don't be the "lazy stoner" down the street, don't be the "high school dropout", don't be a "thug or criminal", don't be, what they present us to be.
Be successfull. Be a good student. Hold a job, support yourself(and NOT by buying/selling) IMO, the black market only serves to promote the criminal element. If quality pot was only worth say $50/lb, do you suppose the "mescan mafia" or the 'asian gangs' would still be interested in the business?
Be an upstanding and respected member of your community. Volunteer as a 'crosswalk guard', be a little league coach, be clean and respectfull to the general public.
"IMHO" this type of visual proof will convince more of the population decisevly, than all of the printed documentaion that you can find, that we are NOT criminals, that we don't belong incarcerated. But that we are productive members of society that simply utilize a god given herb to medicate and/or recreate. Prove them wrong. "Walk the walk" not "talk the talk", so to speak.