Friday, October 21: RCNV ANNUAL DINNER & PROGRAM featuring Paul Engler, co-author of “This is an Uprising- How Nonviolent Revolt Is Shaping the 21st Century”

  • Venue:
    Peace United Church
  • Start:
    October 21, 2016 5:00 pm
  • End:
  • Address:
    900 High St.
    Santa Cruz, California, 95060
    United States


Friday, October 21, 2016

Resource Center for Nonviolence


Featured Speaker: Paul Engler, co-author of 
“This is an Uprising: How Nonviolent Revolt Is Shaping the Twenty-First Century 
AT: Peace United Church, 900 High St., Santa Cruz, CA
5:00 Gathering, music, hors d’oeuvres, Silent Auction
6:00: Dinner, Awards/recognitions, followed by featured speaker Paul Engler
For more information, contact Peter at 831-423-1626. DETAILS about the book:

Individual Guest Reservations – please respond by Friday, October 7. $40 – $99 per person sliding scale reservations for the Dinner and Program. $10 – $25 sliding scale to attend the Program Only.

See links in the chart below to make reservations via PayPalemail Peter OR call 831-423-1626.  You may also pay at the door, but advance reservations are required.
Join us to celebrate our 40th Annual Dinner on Friday, October 21st, featuring  Paul Engler, co-author of
To RSVP, click on PAYPAL LINKS in chart belowemail Peter OR call 831-423-1626. Tell us your name, how you want to be listed in the program, the number attending, and the amount you will donate. There are no tickets for the dinner, only a reservation list. You may also pay at the door, but advance reservations are required.


YES, I want to be part  

the 2016
Resource Center for Nonviolence 

Annual Dinner & Program:

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 Reservation Information:

Individual Reservations $40 – $99 per person sliding scale.

Host Supporter (1)
$100-$200 Reservation for one person at the dinner.

Host Partner (2)
$200 – $300 Reservation for 2 persons at the dinner.

Host Organization $300 – $500Reservation for 4 to 8 persons

Table Host $400 – $1000 Reservation for 4 to 8 persons  

Host Sustainer $1000 or more. Reservation for 4 to 8 persons . Permanent recognition on our remodeled building, due to be completed by early 2017.

$$0 or more…  I cannot attend. Use my donation as a scholarship for young people or families.

Program ONLY at 6:50PM $10- 25 slidiing scale donation.

For more information: Contact Peter831-423-1626
We truly appreciate your support for our continued work toward a nonviolent future!
Contact Peter by Sunday, SEPTEMBER 11, to make your Host reservations OR call 831-423-1626

About our Speaker:   Paul Engler

co-author of

“This is an Uprising:How Nonviolent Revolt Is Shaping the Twenty-First Century

From protests around climate change and immigrant rights, to Occupy, the Arab Spring, and #BlackLivesMatter, a new generation is unleashing strategic nonviolent action to shape public debate and force political change. In “This is an Uprising,” Mark and Paul Engler look at the hidden art behind protest, examining core principles that have been used to spark and guide movements of transformative unrest. Paul Engler is founding director of the Center for the Working Poor, based in Los Angeles. He has worked as an organizer in the immigrant rights, global justice, and labor movements. Paul is one of the founders of Momentum Training, which educates hundreds of activists each year in the principles of momentum-driven mobilization.

Thank you to the local Businesses who have supported our Annual Dinner!

Beckmann’s Bakery


Pacific Cookie Company

Staff of Life

Trader Joes

Santa Cruz Coffee Roasting Company

Shoppers’ Corner