A Season for Nonviolence?

This year started off with several events at the Resource Center for Nonviolence. There was the Poor People’s Town Hall in Felton, MLK Youth Day, the MLK March for the Dream, the John McCutcheon concert. Then there is currently the organization of the upcoming programs: the next Poor People’s Town Hall in Live Oak, The […]

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7 Myths About Nonviolence

7 MYTHS ABOUT NONVIOLENCE—and what is it really? What is nonviolence? Here are some myths about nonviolence that you may not know about! Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was convinced that, “the choice today is no longer between violence and nonviolence. It is either nonviolence or nonexistence.” 1. Nonviolence is the absence of violence Most […]

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Targets of ICE deportation- request for emergency funds

June 13, 2017 Please use the corrected link to donate online: https://sanctuary-sc.net/donate/?lang=en Dear Sanctuary Santa Cruz supporters, The raids that took place last week left six families without their breadwinners. Sanctuary has received a request for emergency help. If the people targeted have an opportunity to be bailed out and present their situation to a judge, the […]

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Remembering Joan Marsh…

REMEMBERING Joan Marsh… Sadly, longtime RCNV volunteer Joan Marsh died on March 31st, 2017. We miss her!! Joan drove every week from Carmel to volunteer with RCNV for many years. Joan was extremely patient, compassionate and had a great sense of humor. She served on RCNV’s Personnel Committee, led Engage Nonviolence trainings and volunteered in the office and at […]

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