Free Assembly Rights are inherent to all

Monday, December 20, 2010 , Posted by TheMidnightWriter at 10:12 PM

One of the main precepts that rainbow gatherings stand upon is the right to peaceable assembly on public lands. You may be wondering why that is important and what it has to do with you. It is a crucial right that all people possess at birth in this nation of America. Free Assembly is the main precept guaranteed and secured under the united states of America constitutional law. The Constitution does not give you this right. It only guarantees its protection under the Law of the Land. Every one has the right by nature of being a citizen of this free nation.

The second part of the rainbow gathering precept to consider is the fact that these gatherings take place on public lands usually within a national forest. Why, you ask? Because all public national forest system lands belong to the people, to you and to me.

Currently have 0 comments: