Sectors of Society

HUBs are popping up all over the world to connect the millions of people who share an enlightened worldview. But time is of the essence: We need to organize quickly in order to address the many unprecedented challenges facing Humanity. Below is a model created by futurist Barbara Marx Hubbard called the “Wheel of Co-Creation.” The Peace Pentagon uses this iconic symbol to track positive change in every Sector of Society.

Wheel of Co-Creation

  1. Learning & Education
  2. Communications & Media
  3. Art & Culture
  4. Peacebuilding & Relations
  5. Justice & Governance
  6. Health & Wellness
  7. Food, Water & Environment
  8. Infrastructure & Resources
  9. Science & Technology
  10. Spirituality & Religion
  11. Indigenous Cultures & Micro-Communities

Futurist Barbara Marx Hubbard Speaking at the Peace Pentagon

“The classical worldview was atomistic and individualistic; it viewed objects as separate from their environments and people as separate from each other and from their surroundings. The systems view perceives connections and communications between people, and between people and nature, and emphasizes community and integrity in both the natural and the human world”

~Ervin Lazlo

What Is Systems Theory?

The Peace Pentagon HUB is inspired by the life work of Barbara Marx Hubbard, who visited the Oracle Campus and shared her vision of the new world. The Sectors of Society is a Systems Theory approach to building a Culture of Peace. Look carefully into the image and you will see a white web that links the Sectors. The web represents the concept of “tensegrity” pioneered by Buckminster Fuller, and it illustrates the organic connections among all the Sectors