"Human rights are inherent and as such can never be taken away. While no human being, government, or corporation can bestow human rights on other people, they can be discovered and explored just like any other part of the natural world."
-- Natural Law Justice, Gary Jordon
A Facebook user recently commented that in order to build Ubuntu communities in the USA: "...there are a sum of laws that would need to be overturned...would be a pretty big legal bargaining crap to deal with." And for now, he's right. Many townships have laws on the books that run counter to state's constitutions which, by the way, all typically declare something like:
So we have two options. Operate under the radar or proactively work to write new laws or township ordinances. As you might guess, I advocate a combination of both. How? We can take inspiration and guidance from the Community Rights Movement. Check out what community organizer Paul Cienfuegos has to say: