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.
Exclusive: Monterey County Supervisor Luis Alejo Discusses “Stories of Resistance” and Watsonville’s Peace March Legacy
Watsonville, CA – In a heartfelt conversation with the Resource Center for Nonviolence (RCNV), Monterey County Supervisor Luis Alejo, a former Mayor of Watsonville and a founding member of the Peace and Unity March, shared insights into the legacy of community activism and the importance of unity, collaboration, and the upcoming joint event titled “Stories
“Con el hablar todo se entiende!”. My father, a proud participant of The Bracero Program, used to say that everything can be understood by speaking. The spoken narratives that shape our community must not only be protected, but defined by our voices. That is why the Resource Center for Nonviolence (RCNV) is gearing up for
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