Second RCNV JOB now open for Applications: PROGRAM STAFF: Project ReGeneration/ Nonviolence Education & Training. Apply by February 12

The Resource Center for Nonviolence is HIRING! Yes, we have a Second  JOB  opening. Apply by February 12, 2016. Irene O’Connell has decided to depart from RCNV after 5 years of involvement, effective February 16. We are now seeking a person to replace her…. SEE PDF job announcement:  1.23.16 RCNV PROGRAM STAFF- ProjectReGeneration: Nonviolence Education […]

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WE’RE HIRING! Position: Administrative and Program Staff, half-time. Focus on social media, volunteer coord. & NV program. Apply by 2/5/16.

WE’RE HIRING!   View 1.5.16 RCNV JOB ANNOUNCEMENT Resource Center for Nonviolence  Position:  Administrative & Program Staff TO APPLY: Scroll down for details.    The deadline for applications is Friday, February 5, 2016. The Resource Center for Nonviolence seeks a new staff member to conduct social media, outreach, administrative, and program coordination tasks in a collaborative team of 4 half-time staff […]

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November 2- December 17: ENDURING POWER: the Middle Eastern and Iranian Woman’s Story– Photography Exhibit and Film Series–

THANK YOU TO ALL who attended the 12/4/15 First Friday reception and films. We had an enthusiastic turnout. People appreciated seeing the exhibit, the films, and hearing Tata Monfared speak about the exhibit. Join us on Human Rights Day, Thursday, December 10, for the final film in our series, And see the exhibit too! Details […]

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Thank You to all who made our Annual Dinner and Program with Pietro Ameglio on October 9 a big success!

Thank You to all who made our Annual Dinner and Program with Pietro Ameglio on October 9 a big success! We are especially grateful to our  hosts, sponsors and supporters, including Robert and Carolyn Levering, Anne Rosenzweig, Joe Wampler, Catherine Steele.  Markley Morris, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom- Santa Cruz Branch, United Services Agency, United […]

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Pope Francis names RCNV mentors in address to Congress: Dorothy Day, Thomas Merton, and Martin Luther King, Jr.

We are excited that Pope Francis named three historic mentors of the Resource Center for Nonviolence in his address to Congress — Dorothy Day, Thomas Merton, and Martin Luther King, Jr.!  Read this Amy Goodman interview with Robert Ellsberg, biographer of Dorothy Day. VISIT RCNV’s library, which includes books by and about each of these nonviolence […]

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You are Invited: Friday, October 9: RCNV Annual Dinner and Program features Pietro Ameglio, one of the most important practitioners of nonviolence in Mexico; and other Local Events with Pietro…

You are Invited: Friday, October 9, 2015 Resource Center for Nonviolence ANNUAL DINNER & PROGRAM Featured Speaker: Pietro Ameglio, one of the most important teachers and practitioners of active nonviolence in Latin America today. AT:  Peace United Church, 900 High St., Santa Cruz SEE PDF Color FLIER Annual Dinner with PietroAmeglio 5:00-6:00p.m.- Social Hour and Silent Auction; 6:00 […]

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Remembering AL WASSERMAN: Civil Rights and anti-war activist; participated in the Selma to Montgomery march with Martin Luther King

Al Wasserman, 10/1/26 – 8/14/15, led several thought provoking RCNV Study Groups, including “Violence: reflections on a national epidemic” by James Gilligan and “War is a Force that Gives Us Meaning” by Chris Hedges. He enjoyed a good discussion about weighty moral issues. Al was a long-time RCNV supporter and attended many of our events over the years. […]

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