- 28 May
7:00 pm @ Resource Center for Nonviolence
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- 13 Jun
3:00 pm @ Resource Center for Nonviolence
- 20 Jun
11:00 am @ Watsonville Bike Shack
The Nonviolent Palestinian Activists Working for Peace in the West Bank May 3, 2015 By Batya Ungar Sargon. Excerpts below. Link to FULL ARTICLE. My silent guide was taking me to meet Issa Amro, his longtime mentor and the founder of Youth...
From Rev. John Vaughn and Isaac Luria at Groundswell: Our hearts beat for Baltimore this week as the city and the nation react to the horrific death of Freddie Gray in police custody. While we’ve been sickened yet again by...
Remembering Nan Fitch: Our condolences go out to family and friends of Nancy Fitch- she was a long-time supporter of RCNV and active member of St. John the Baptist Episcopal in Aptos. We will miss her! It is suggested that donations in...
genderedviolencezine Speak Out: A Zine Exploring Gendered Violence, is a new project by Resource Center for Nonviolence interns: graduate students Mary Mykhaylova and Julia Fogelson from Smith College. The zine is focused on gathered stories on “gendered violence,” a term...
The Peace and Justice Center in Santa Cruz, California
The Resource Center for Nonviolence, founded in 1976, is a peace and social justice organization dedicated to the principles of nonviolent social change.Learn more
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