You are Invited: Friday, October 9: RCNV Annual Dinner and Program features Pietro Ameglio, one of the most important practitioners of nonviolence in Mexico; and other Local Events with Pietro…

You are Invited:

Pietro Ameglio

Friday, October 9, 2015
Resource Center for Nonviolence

Featured Speaker:

Pietro Ameglio, one of the most important teachers and practitioners of active nonviolence in Latin America today.

AT:  Peace United Church, 900 High St., Santa Cruz SEE PDF Color FLIER Annual Dinner with PietroAmeglio 5:00-6:00p.m.- Social Hour and Silent Auction; 6:00 Dinner 7:00 Program with Pietro Ameglio

     Pietro Ameglio, activist, teacher and Gandhian organizer in Mexico, is our featured Annual Dinner speaker on Friday, October 9. Pietro is one of the most important teachers and practitioners of active nonviolence in Latin America today. He will speak on “Nonviolent Struggle in a Mexico at War” offering perspectives from victims of political and drug-war violence in Mexico and from the movement for peace with justice and dignity.  TO RSVP: Email Peter OR call 831-423-1626 
 There are no tickets for this event, only a reservation list and will-call at the door. You may also pay at the door, but please RSVP in advance. General Reservations: RSVP by Thursday, October 1.   For more information: 831.423.1626. 
DETAILS about the Annual Dinner below.
   Pietro will also speak at two other Local events:  Thursday, October 8, 7:00p.m.  AT: Bike Shack, 555 Main St., Watsonville.  Co-sponsored by the Resource Center for Nonviolence, Watsonville peace & Unity Festival and Watsonville Brown Berets. Free event; donations welcome. More info: 831-423-1626
Friday, October 9, 2015, 12:00-1:30pm, UCSC, Charles E. Merrill Lounge. Pietro Ameglio: la lucha por la paz y la justicia en un México en guerra. The CLRC Politics of Forced Migration Research Cluster  cosponsors this free, public event with the Latin American and Latino Studies Department, Colleges 9 and 10, and the  Resource Center for Nonviolence.  More info:    
We need Annual Dinner VOLUNTEERS: dinner provided: call 831-423-1626.
Thank you to our Annual Dinner Hosts as of 9.28.15!  Organizational Hosts: United Services Agency; United Methodist Church group; Santa Cruz County Community Coalition to Overcome Racism, Santa Cruz Friends Meeting; Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom; Table Hosts: Anne Rosenzweig, Catherine Steele. Supporters:  NAACP Santa Cruz Branch, Jane Yett, Robert DeFreitas and Gigo De Silva, Tom Helman and Mary Ann Balian, Don Lane and Mary Howe, Paul Ortiz and Sheila Payne, Community Action Board, Katharina Harlow.
DETAILS:  Annual Dinner:  You are invited to the
Resource Center for Nonviolence
Friday, October 9, 2015
Featuring Pietro Ameglio
AT: First Congregational Church
900 High St., Santa Cruz, CA
5:00 – 6:00p.m.: Social Hour with Wine and Silent Auction
6:00p.m. Dinner: Gourmet Vegetarian cuisine
7:00p.m. Program featuring Pietro Ameglio
**Click links to Make your RESERVATIONS:
General Reservations RCNV Annual Dinner & Program: $42 – $100 per person suggested sliding scale. Program Only- RCNV Annual Dinner: $8.50 – $25 sliding scale for attending the Program only. Note: online prices include Paypal transaction fee. General reservations: please reserve by October 1.
Table Host
$500 – $1000suggested
sliding scale
Reserved seating for a table of 8
Organizational Host $300 – $500 Reserved seating for 8 people
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 Any amount If you cannot attend: helps youth or others to attend.

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