RCNV is HIRING!

The Resource Center for Nonviolence is hiring! Position: Executive Director of the Eschaton Foundation and Resource Center for Nonviolence. Full-time. Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Projected starting salary: $56,000 – $65,000 with benefits. Now accepting applications; position open until filled. We’re looking for a great addition to the Resource Center for Nonviolence. RCNV seeks an Executive Director to […]

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A big THANK YOU to our 11.2.19 Annual Dinner Supporters: Businesses and Individuals…

THANK YOU!!! Our November 2, 2019 Annual Dinner with Enid Lee was a great success. We are so appreciative of all the individuals and businesses who supported this event. THANK YOU to our Business Supporters: Trader Joe’s Front St., Staff of Life Natural Foods Market, Pacific Cookie Company, Beckmann’s Old World Bakery, Discretion Brewery, Coffeol […]

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Why Gandhi Today?

Today is the 150th anniversary of the birth of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. Why does a man who was born 150 years ago in India mean so much to me and, I would argue, all of us?  In brief Gandhi developed passive resistance into active nonviolence. Gandhi fought racism in South Africa and colonialism in India. […]

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Kashmir: Fertile soil for the next genocide

Hindu nationalism, like many nationalist movements, has been gaining traction in recent years. But the steps being taken in Kashmir are part of a build up which has been 70 years in the making. Kashmir has been a hotly disputed territory long before India and Pakistan even existed, and this history can tell us a […]

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Inclusive Politics

August 1, 2019 Inclusive Politics– a statement by the Resource Center for Nonviolence Steering Committee – Silvia Morales, Chairperson The Resource Center for Nonviolence has the mission to offer education in social justice issues, advocate nonviolent action and nonviolent solutions to oppressions and violence, and to train people for political activism. The Center welcomes controversial […]

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