Zoom Meeting with Chief Riley and Stacy Amikwabi: Cannabis, the Rowan Proclamation, and the rights of Band Councils
The Rowan Proclamation of 1854 builds on the Royal Proclamation of 1763, and defends and protects Indigenous property and business on unceded Indian lands.
On November 24th, 2022 join 420 North, Flint and Flower, and media sponsors Dispensing Freedom and Real People’s Media to discuss attempts by Indian Act Band Councils to tax and regulate cannabis on Rowan Proclamation lands.
Chief Del Riley is a Hereditary Crane Clan Chief of the Chippewa Nation, the last President of the National Indian Brotherhood, responsible for negotiating Sections 25 and 35 of the Canadian Constitution as the President of the National Indian Brotherhood.
Stacy Amikwabi is a sovereign Amikwa person of the Amikwa Nation of the Algonquin Nation, living at French River Indian Reserve No. 13, created by the Rowan Proclamation of 1854. Stacy is a researcher and historian who re-discovered the Rowan Proclamation and made it public.
A question and answer session will be held after the presentations. All are welcome to attend. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.