Kopecky, advocate for the Peaceful
Revolution, and author of New
Buffalo, Journals from a Taos Commune and
Buffalo Commune is available
and performing engagements.
His desire is to share
the story of his and his fellow
communards life during the 60's
and 70's. He believes there is a
lot to learn, which
applies to our society now. Is this
a precursor to what is to
come? Will this life style be coming
back, but improved, having learned
from the past? What draws us together?
How do we live to be free, with
spirit and joy. This is a HUGE idea,
which goes far beyond Republican
or Democrat, communism or pumping
up the economy. This is how to get
to equality, share the wealth, show
ourselves the beauty of living with
less, and in harmony with nature
From The New Buffalo Journals:
In the spirit of the one-world family,
friends, acquaintances, people on
the road were living together. There
was a magic to it, and I found a group
of people that became my new family.
At the start of one of the communes, a group took
the idea of the buffalo providing for the plains
people. To this they added New to create a name.
The New Buffalo was to be a new way of providing
for the people.
•Recently added, a review by
NEW MEXICO HISTORICAL REVIEW. Vol
83, Number 3.author: Timothy Hodgdon,
Durham, North Carolina
it! (Aug. 5, 2008)
•Review by James H. Overton.