Creating Positive Peace and Making Nonviolence Mainstream

In response to the political turmoil, prejudice, and violence plaguing our country, the Resource Center for Nonviolence held their twice-yearly Kingian Nonviolence Conflict Reconciliation Training May 12th and 13th. Attended by a diverse group of individuals from different genders, ages, and ethnicities, the event provided participants with skills to peacefully navigate and effectively transform the […]

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Support the SELMA Cultural Exchange Trip 2018!

The Resource Center for Nonviolence is asking for your help:   ​​ SUPPORT THE SELMA CULTURAL EXCHANGE TRIP 2018!  Your contribution will go to support TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIPS/SUBSIDIES for students and other undeserved community members: —- Limited spaces still available: Registration form. See a PDF PRESENTATION for additional info. From Tuesday, March 27th – Tuesday, April 3rd 2018 a group of 12 students […]

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“Nonviolence isn’t just a tactic, it’s a goal.” – Artist and activist Bree Newsome

Watch this video from the Washington Post: a powerful statement about nonviolence in the current moment. “Nonviolence isn’t just a tactic, it’s a goal.” – Artist and activist Bree Newsome. https://videos.posttv.com/washpost-production/The_Washington_Post/20170825/59a08441e4b0197db399628c/59a08f76e4b0b07aa661030a_t_1503694735668_master.m3u8 “Nonviolence is a commitment to ending violence in all its forms.” Artist and activist Bree Newsome says that, like the rise of the Ku […]

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See Video of Sept. 10 event- No PEACE Without Justice: Gandhian Nonviolence and its Relevance Today

 Did you miss this Sept. 10 event? No Peace without Justice: Gandhian Nonviolence and its Relevance Today  See livestream Video. Dr. Geeta Mehta related the power of Gandhian nonviolence in turbulent times in India to the current moment in the U.S. and her personal experience trekking with Vinoba Bhave, the spiritual heir of Mohandas Gandhi, during the India land-gift […]

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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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