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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Stephen Zunes writes: Berrigan’s witness to nonviolence challenged church and nation

Berrigan’s witness to nonviolence challenged church and nation By Stephen Zunes Originally published in NCROnline, May 9, 2016, reposted on HuffPost Religion… Jesuit Fr. Daniel Berrigan, who died at the end of April, not only challenged the conscience of the Catholic church and the nation on the dangers of militarism and the need to affirm Christ’s […]

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Interview with John Dear about Dan Berrigan and the importance of the movement for nonviolence

Over the weekend, John Dear was interviewed on the RT-UK TV show Going Underground about his friendship with Fr. Daniel Berrigan and the importance of getting involved in the movement for nonviolence. Powerful watching! http://www.paceebene.org/…/john-dear-interviewed-on-rt-uk-…/ John Dear is an internationally recognized voice for peace. Archbishop Desmond Tutu recently nominated John Dear for the Nobel Peace […]

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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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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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