RCNV Coronavirus Update to the Community

The RCNV Executive Committee closed RCNV to public events and meetings until March 31, 2020 when we will reassess. Listening to local and national health leaders, and the experience of RCNV Board President Jorge Mendez, who works with health centers, we decided to help slow the spread of the corona virus by stopping public gatherings at RCNV.  […]

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RCNV STATEMENT on IRAN

by Peter Klotz-Chamberlin, 1/7/20 The Resource Center for Nonviolence protests the assassination of top Iranian government leader Major General Qasem Soleimani by United States military forces. We encourage all organizations to join the local protest convened by Code Pink Saturday, January 25, 4:00 pm, at the Collateral Damage Statue / Town Clock, Santa Cruz. Protest alone is […]

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RCNV is HIRING!

The Resource Center for Nonviolence is hiring! Position: Executive Director of the Eschaton Foundation and Resource Center for Nonviolence. Full-time. Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Projected starting salary: $56,000 – $65,000 with benefits. Now accepting applications; position open until filled. We’re looking for a great addition to the Resource Center for Nonviolence. RCNV seeks an Executive Director to […]

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A big THANK YOU to our 11.2.19 Annual Dinner Supporters: Businesses and Individuals…

THANK YOU!!! Our November 2, 2019 Annual Dinner with Enid Lee was a great success. We are so appreciative of all the individuals and businesses who supported this event. THANK YOU to our Business Supporters: Trader Joe’s Front St., Staff of Life Natural Foods Market, Pacific Cookie Company, Beckmann’s Old World Bakery, Discretion Brewery, Coffeol […]

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We Want Your Feedback!!

Please complete this survey: https://forms.gle/ZQHmfmgGNdmbEn6u9 After forty three years advocating for social change through nonviolent struggle, the Resource Center for Nonviolence is entering a new era. Two of our staff members, Anita and Peter, are stepping down from their roles as paid staff, after decades of service. As we adapt our staffing model to fit […]

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