Our small but mighty contingent walked in the first Pride parade since before the pandemic. Despite the unusual rain we had a wonderful time participating. You can also check out the images featured in the Sentinel.
United Against Hate Week | Nov 13–20, 2022
The Resource Center for Nonviolence participated in the Santa Cruz United Against Hate Week this year along with the Santa Cruz Public Libraries, Standing Up for Racial Justice, and Temple Beth El. Santa Cruz County United for Safe and Inclusive Communities (SCCUSIC) was the hosting organization for this week long events and used resources from
2022 RCNV Annual Dinner, La Ofrenda
About this event La Ofrenda, a community event and fundraiser honoring RCNV’s social justice past, present, and future will take place on Sunday, October 23, 2022 from 4-6 pm at The Resource Center for Nonviolence (612 Ocean Street, Santa Cruz California). We are looking to raise funds, shine light on those who have passed, and
ACLU forum on militarization￼
If you missed the ACLU Northern California’s forum about the dangers of militarizing law enforcement and how to control it. You can see it here. Panelists include Sandy Brown, Santa Cruz City Councilmember, Silvia Morales, executive director of the Resource Center for Nonviolence, and John Lindsay-Poland, of the American Friends Service Committee.This is the Santa Cruz,