Anneke Campbell

Anneke Campbell is a writer, editor, filmmaker, award winning poet and yoga teacher who has worked for many years to advance the causes of justice, peace and respect for all humanity and the natural world. Before turning full time to writing and activism, she worked as a nurse and midwife. She was born and raised in The Netherlands, has degrees from Barnard College and Indiana University and is currently a Ph’D candidate at the California Institute for Integral Studies.

Recently Anneke co-wrote the script for the dramatic film “SHOT”, directed by her husband, Jeremy Kagan, about what one bullet does to three lives. She is the author of many articles, scripts, a novel ( A Season of Miracles at Books B’Nimble,com), and co-author with Nina Simons, of the wonderful collection: Moonrise: The Power of Women Leading from the Heart.


We the People: Stories from the Community Rights Movement in the United States

SKU: 9781629632292
Editors: Thomas Linzey and Anneke Campbell
Publisher: PM Press
ISBN: 9781629632292
Published: 11/2016
Format: Paperback, mobi, ePub, PDF
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Page count: 192
Subjects: Political Activism/Law



Praise

“Nature’s right to gloriously carry forth are as inalienable as the sun rising each morning. Yet, we must fight hard to codify those immutable principles in human law and community practice. Tom Linzey and Anneke Campbell’s remarkable book help to revolutionize our thinking and our plan to enact and sustain this deep common sense. With an offence we can save the day. We the People: Stories from the Community Rights Movement in the United States is on the offence! ”
—Randy Hayes, Rainforest Action Network founder, Executive Director Foundation Earth

“For thousands of years, the law of human beings was to keep the covenant with the natural world. Greed, the rise of empire and the modern corporate state have undermined this covenant and placed communities, human health, and the natural world in peril. The work on restoration of the rights of nature, and the rights of those who live there, or community rights, is essential to the transformation of our legal and policy system into one which is sustainable, and one which will serve the needs of the natural world and the seven generations ahead. This book is not only the concept, it is most importantly the practice of the hard work of making change.”
—Winona LaDuke, executive director of Honor the Earth

“As we scan the landscape of cataclysmic destruction, both environmental and social, behind the curtain in most cases is an economic motive. The rhinoceros in the room today is corporate power, the inevitable logic of a system that relentlessly concentrates wealth, distributes poverty, and leaves in its terrible wake a democracy deficit. This powerful book is a field guide to nonviolent revolution. It tells the story of how courageous communities are using innovative legal and political strategies to restore nature, communities, and democracy. It’s some of the most important work in the world today. Read it and act.”
—Kenny Ausubel, CEO and founder of Bioneers

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