Organizing for Rights of Nature: Follow up to the Call

Jason Bayless • 6 December 2018
in group Rights of Nature

On Dec., 6th, 2018, we  talked with Annie Dobbs-Kramer, Political Director of the North Bay Organizing Project (NBOP), about their work to bring forth the rights of nature in Sonoma County, California.

NBOP is an grassroots, multi-racial, and multi-issue organization comprised of over 20 faith, labor, environmental, student and community-based organizations based in Sonoma County. In this conversation we will learn about their campaign, Roots, Roof, and Refuge, and why they created the women-led Justice for the Environment Taskforce to embark on a campaign for the Rights of Nature.

In addition, we explored how we can organize and build community to protect our community, including Mother Nature.  You can listen to the call below.

On the call Annie and I said we would share resources and training dates, when they are scheduled. I will update this post with those dates once the trainings are announced.  Below you will find Annie's contact, links to Movement Rights, and documents. 

Contact:

Annie Dobbs-Kramer:  Email adobbskramer@gmail.com

Jason Bayless: Email jason@pachamama.org 

Links:

Trainings:

Coming soon  - you can also email Annie and asked to be notified when trainings become available

Resources:

Call Recording

Files