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.
In an era marked by escalating tensions and complex geopolitical dynamics, the Resource Center for Nonviolence (RCNV) remains steadfast in its mission to foster peace and justice through understanding. Upholding the philosophy of nonviolence and the values of Martin Luther King Jr.’s Beloved Community, RCNV is hosting a pivotal event, “Shadows of War: Decoding U.S.
Unearthing the Roots of Change: An Insightful Conversation with Christine Hong on Revisiting the Third World Roots of Ethnic Studies
In a moment of historic ethnic studies expansion in the state of California, why is it important to return to the political origins of the field? In a conversation led by Silvia Morales, Executive Director of the Resource Center for Nonviolence (RCNV), Professor Christine Hong, the Director of the Center for Racial Justice (CRJ) at
Santa Cruz, CA — As we approach the much-anticipated event, “Honoring Indigenous Voices,” set to take place on November 18th, 2023, at the Resource Center for Nonviolence (RCNV), our team engaged in a riveting conversation with Amah Mutsun Tribal Band Chairman Valentin Lopez. This interview, conducted by RCNV Executive Director Silvia Morales, delved into the