About Us

The Resource Center for Nonviolence, founded in 1976, is a peace and justice organization promoting the practice of nonviolent social change. Located in Santa Cruz, California, we cultivate relationships with allies around California, across the United States, in Latin America, the Middle East and elsewhere. Our primary mission is to support the growth of nonviolent activists. The Center hosts activists and analysts from nonviolent struggles around the world.

Summer of ARRT for Radical Times - 2019

AT RCNV: July 26- August 12: ARRT & Human Nature Exhibit. July 26 Opening Reception, ; Aug. 2- First Friday Reception.  July 27: Film screening: Grit. Aug. 9- 2nd Annual Community Conversation - The Role and Power of Art in Shaping Political and Social Change. Aug. 10: Hands-On Artmaking for Change Workshop with David Solnit.

 

 

Save the Date: Saturday, November 2-

Resource Center for Nonviolence ANNUAL DINNER featuring Enid Lee

at Peace United Church, 900 High St., Santa Cruz. 5-6 Social Hour/silent auction; 6:00 Dinner-  gourmet vegetarian fare by Eileen Balian & friends; 7:00 program

 

Listen to NONVIOLENT VOICES radio show

RCNV's community radio show on KSQD, hosted by Drew Glover and Joe Williams every Friday, 3-4pm at 90.3FM. Shows are archived so you can listen anytime.

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