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"National March First Day."

As of my last update in January 2022, there isn't a widely recognized holiday called "National March First Day." However, March 1st holds significance in various contexts, including historical events, cultural observances, and awareness campaigns. Here are some notable events and observances that occur on March 1st:

1. Self-Injury Awareness Day: March 1st is observed as Self-Injury Awareness Day (SIAD) to raise awareness about self-injury and promote understanding and support for individuals who engage in self-harming behaviors.

2. National Pig Day: As mentioned earlier, March 1st is celebrated as National Pig Day in the United States to recognize the domesticated pig and highlight its importance in agriculture and culture.

3. St. David's Day: March 1st is the feast day of St. David, the patron saint of Wales. St. David's Day is celebrated in Wales and by Welsh communities around the world with parades, concerts, and traditional Welsh food.

4. Zero Discrimination Day: March 1st is observed as Zero Discrimination Day by the United Nations to promote equality, diversity, and inclusion and to raise awareness about discrimination based on race, gender, sexuality, disability, or other factors.

5. National Peanut Butter Lover's Day: March 1st is also recognized as National Peanut Butter Lover's Day, celebrating the popular spread made from ground peanuts.

If "National March First Day" refers to a specific event or observance not covered here, please provide more context, and I'd be happy to assist further!

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