Native Black Cultivation to Present at Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission – A Call for Solidarity and Support

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Native Black Cultivation

Antoine Mordican Sr.



Native Black Cultivation to Present at Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission

Birmingham, Alabama, 11/20/2023 – The Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission is hosting a special procedure presentation on November 27th, 2023, marking a historic moment in the state’s medical cannabis journey. Native Black Cultivation, under the esteemed leadership of CEO Antoine Mordican, is set to present their vision and contributions to the commission and the people of Alabama. This event underscores the importance of fostering true Alabama and Black ownership in the rapidly developing cannabis industry within the state.

Antoine Mordican, a veteran in the cannabis sector, has been instrumental in shaping the industry’s landscape. His legacy includes years of dedicated work and his influential role in advocating for the Darren Wesley ‘Ato’ Hall Compassion Act in front of the Alabama House Health Committee. Mordican’s expertise and commitment have been pivotal in advancing the conversation around medical cannabis in Alabama.

Event Details:

Date: November 27th, 2023 (Agenda)

Time: 10:00 AM

Venue: Alabama State House, (11 S Union St. Montgomery, Alabama – Room 200)

Remote: Alabama Legislative Website (Link)

The event is not just a presentation; it’s a rallying call for supporters of a diverse and equitable cannabis industry. We encourage members, especially those in the Montgomery area, to attend in person and stand in solidarity. In a unifying gesture, attendees are requested to wear all black, echoing the support for Mordican and the mission of Native Black Cultivation.

For those unable to attend in person, the presentation will be streamed live on the Alabama Legislative website, ensuring broad accessibility for all interested parties.

This presentation is a cornerstone event for the Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission and an opportunity for community members to show their support for an inclusive approach to the cannabis industry. We urge all supporters to be part of this momentous occasion, either in person or virtually, to advocate for meaningful progress in the medical cannabis sector in Alabama.

P.S. Share this press release and encourage others to join in support of this landmark event. Together, we can make a significant impact on the future of medical cannabis in Alabama.

Written By Staff Writer

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