Friday, October 24! ANNUAL DINNER & PROGRAM to feature Erica Chenoweth, Friday, October 24, 2014

Why Civil Resistance Works


There’s plenty of room at the Program, and still a few spaces left for the dinner, but RSVP SOON!

Friday, October 24, 2014

AT: Peace United Church of Christ

900 High St., Santa Cruz

NEW this year:

5:00 – 6:00p.m.

Social Hour and Silent Auction

6:00p.m. Dinner

Gourmet Vegetarian fare

7:00p.m. Program featuring political scientist,

author and professor Erica Chenoweth speaking on

“Nonviolence is Participatory.”

The Annual Dinner celebrates the community that supports and participates in the program work of the Resource Center for Nonviolence.

Political scientist Erica Chenoweth, Ph.D., coauthored “Why Civil Resistance Works: The Strategic Logic of Nonviolent Conflict.” Dr. Chenoweth is Associate Professor at the University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies, and is Associate Senior Researcher at the Peace Research Institute, Oslo. Foreign Policy magazine ranked Chenoweth among the Top 100 Global Thinkers in 2013 for her efforts to promote the empirical study of civil resistance.

The Annual Dinner is one of our biggest annual fundraisers. Please be as generous as possible. If you cannot attend, please consider a scholarship donation so youth and families that would not otherwise be able to attend will participate thanks to your support.

We invite you to come early to find easy parking, socialize, enjoy wine, locally brewed beer & other beverages, and peruse our Silent Auction, featuring local Restaurants and Businesses, Bed and Breakfast stays, hotel stays, SF Warriors tickets, and much more! The Annual Dinner is one of RCNV’s biggest fundraisers- it supports our staff and programs. Please be as generous as possible.
If you cannot attend, consider a Scholarship Donation to help others attend.

NEW this year:  5:00 – 6:00p.m. SOCIAL HOUR 

(wine and beer available) and SILENT AUCTION

6:00p.m. DINNER- Gourmet Vegetarian fare

7:00p.m. PROGRAM 
featuring political scientist, author and professor
Erica Chenoweth  

speaking on 


“Nonviolence  is Participatory.” 


Tell us how many of you are attending. You can pay at the door (cash or checks) or click below to pay now via Paypal.

(prices here include 3% paypal fee):

GENERAL RESERVATIONS: $42-100 per person sliding scale for the Dinner and Program.

Table Host $500 -$1000  Reserved seating for a table of 8.

Organizational Host $300 – $500  Reserved seating- table of 8 for community organizations

Sponsor $200 – $300  Reserved seating for 4 people.

Supporter (2) $100 – $200 Reserved seating for 2 people.

Supporter (1) $60 -$100 Reserved seating for one person

Scholarship Donation: if you cannot attend: any amount

Program Only: $8.50 – $25 sliding scale.

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