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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Remembering LOIS MUHLY: activist on behalf of Nicaragua, Alliance for Children, CCRC, RCNV, and more…

IN REMEMBRANCE– Presenté: Lois Muhly May 9, 1926 – August 10, 2015 Read more: In Memory of Lois Muhly Lois was active with Three Americas, Coalition for Nicaragua, Alliance for Children, Children’s Creative Response to Conflict, Women’s Democratic Club, People’s Democratic Club, and RCNV. She and Bert were actively involved in local, state, and national […]

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20 Years since the Dedication of the Collateral Damage Sculpture by E.A. Chase: See the original and recent video; in memory of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

1995 dedication and history of the Collateral Damage Statue. Mathilde Rand filmed the installation and dedication of the Collateral Damage sculpture in Santa Cruz, CA, 1995. A historical view of the reasons for the Collateral Damage statue, the placement of the statue and dedication/ rally in Santa Cruz, California on the 50th anniversary of the US […]

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Announcing a new Partnership between the Resource Center for Nonviolence and Senses Cultural

Announcing a Partnership between the Resource Center for Nonviolence and Senses Cultural for a Collaboration on a series of Photography Exhibits– Enduring Power: the Middle Eastern and Iranian Woman’s Story— See interview with Anita Heckman about the partnership between Senses Cultural and RCNV:  http://sensescultural.org/2015/07/02/a-new-collaboration-with-rcnv/ Enduring Power’s 44 images represent a wide range of experiences, aspirations, fears and realities […]

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