Remembering Joan Marsh…

REMEMBERING Joan Marsh… Sadly, longtime RCNV volunteer Joan Marsh died on March 31st, 2017. We miss her!! Joan drove every week from Carmel to volunteer with RCNV for many years. Joan was extremely patient, compassionate and had a great sense of humor. She served on RCNV’s Personnel Committee, led Engage Nonviolence trainings and volunteered in the office and at […]

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Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break the Silence–Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.–The Revolution Speech–Read it!

 Join us April 5th, 6:30 pm at RCNV with Rev. Deborah Johnson to listen and discuss it Delivered 4 April 1967, Riverside Church, New York City [AUTHENTICITY CERTIFIED: Text version below transcribed directly from audio. (2)] Mr. Chairman, ladies and gentlemen:   I need not pause to say how very delighted I am to be […]

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George Lakey in Waging Nonviolence: 10-point plan to make gains in justice and equality

A 10-point plan to stop Trump and make gains in justice and equality George Lakey January 23, 2017 I was among the 100,000 who marched in San Francisco’s Women’s March the day after Donald Trump’s inauguration. While enthusiasm for the struggle seemed high, an important question was looming: What’s the strategic plan, as we head […]

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Erica Chenoweth on the Women’s March and the Promise of Civil Resistance

Many people across the United States are despondent about the new president – and the threat to democracy his rise could represent. But they shouldn’t be. At no time in recorded history have people been more equipped to effectively resist injustice using civil resistance. Today, those seeking knowledge about the theory and practice of civil resistance can […]

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Alicia Garza: Collaborate to Build a Movement

Our cynicism will not build a movement. Collaboration will. By Alicia Garza January 26, 2017 GET MIC DAILY: One-click sign up IN COLLABORATION WITH Mic invites contributors and staff writers to offer commentary and context about news and timely issues. I’ve been grappling with how to challenge cynicism in a moment that requires all of us […]

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Get in trouble- Good trouble, with Nonviolence! Check it out: interviews with Congressman John Lewis

Get in Trouble- Good Trouble, with Nonviolence…!  Interviews with Rep. John Lewis 9/1/16: Congressman John Lewis interviewed by Stephen Colbert on Get in Trouble- Good Trouble, with Nonviolence…  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ATwisIrtfg Excerpts below or click links to see the full Comedy Central videos from the August 8, 2016, Trevor Noah interview with Rep. John Lewis, GA,  on nonviolence. […]

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