CAMPAIGN SOURCES

Inspiration in life comes from many different kinds of avenues, like roadsigns in your life to guide you on your journey. These are a few of ours.

This page reflects a portion of the source ideas for what is #IsThereEnough

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Poverty Inc.

This is some The landmark film about global aid and the limits of philanthropy. inside of a div block.
Buckminister Fuller

Buckminster fuller

The survival and life strategy work of Buckminster Fuller,  20th century  architect, systems theorist, author, designer, inventor and futurist, and the man who coined the term Spaceship Earth, is at the heart of our campaign.

Our question, #IsThereEnough, is a  doorway to his World Game question that asks how we make the world work for 100% of humanity, producing wealth, and survival, for all of us.

Law over War

Benjamin Ferencz's heroic career has been promoting and instituting a single truth, "law over war" for more than 70 years. As one of the international legal community's living treasures, and one of the architects of the International Criminal Court, Ben is responsible for putting the concept of "crimes against humanity" into law.

Law is an agreement that allows humans to transcend war. Our laws, norms, and social agreements create an inevitable path forward to making the world work for 100% of humanity.

Marcia Martin

Marcia Martin
Life lives in the conversation
That phrase, "life lives in the conversation" was authored by Marcia Martin as consequential as any human being alive today in the success of what many people think of as the human potential movement, a global 20th century phenomenon that may prove to have seeded the tools we  need for leadership in meeting the challenges of the 21st . Marcia is fond of reminding us that life actually happens, and even transforms, by our conversation, something this campaign is built on demonstrating.
Marcia's self commitment to her work began consciously in her teens, and in her early 20's, she became one of the most visible and impactful members of the team that produced and scaled EST (later known as The Forum) to evolve into the transformational global phenomenon it became, a set of work that is still being studied in academia and which had the love and attention of a late age Buckminster Fuller. As a youth and future oriented organization of the 1970's, it created a resurgence in appreciation for, and even an expansion of,  Bucky's reach, helping him steer a new generation of social entrepreneurs that later influenced the work #IsThereEnough is currently doing.

A Radical New Economic Theory

Ms Kelton’s work suggests that government deficits are able to be used for creating wealth and inclusion in a particularly modern model in which society can play a participating market role.
Dancing guy, First follower

Leadership Lessons from the Dancing Guy

This short video is one of our most popular references. Everyone loves this Dancing Guy's lesson from a talk by Derek Sivers, an early internet pioneer. This video was made by one of his fans made from a live talk in the late 90’s, Derek provides a powerful insight into how movements really take flight. Our entire campaign is a hyper example of this lesson..
Marinana Mazzucato

A Radical New Economic Theory

Mariana Mazzucato addresses the growing concern about capitalism and a counter movement embracing socialism. “There’s all sorts of different ways to do capitalism. There’s the kind of maximization of shareholder value. There’s the more stakeholder value perspective. . . that fundamentally affects how public and private come together. That’s what I think need complete rebooting rather than to start calling things socialism.”

Martin Luther King Jr.

Letter from Birmingham Jail, one of Martin Luther King’s most famous pieces of expression, written at a pivotal moment in civil rights history, suggests, in the clearest possible terms, that any injustice anywhere, is an injustice everywhere. This #IsThereEnough campaign is about human lives, all human lives, and the rights to life and liberty that everyone has, no matter their country, race or religion
Square Peg in a Round Hole

Leadership Lessons from the Dancing Guy

This short video is one of our most popular references. Everyone loves this Dancing Guy's lesson from a talk by Derek Sivers, an early internet pioneer. This video was made by one of his fans made from a live talk in the late 90’s, Derek provides a powerful insight into how movements really take flight. Our entire campaign is a hyper example of this lesson..