Sherry Conable – Presenté

Sherry Conable – Presenté. Sadly, we have lost longtime Santa Cruz activist Sherry Conable, who died February 4 at age 72. Memorial Details TBA. We appreciate Sherry’s leadership in public action for peace, justice, and human rights for all with Code Pink, Veterans for Peace and SCRAM (SC Resistance Against Militarization). She volunteered with RCNV and many other groups. I’ve […]

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8 Reasons to support RCNV…

8 Reasons to SUPPORT the Resource Center for Nonviolence, Santa Cruz, California: 1. We’re expanding our after-school nonviolence programs for local high school YOUTH.  Support RCNV via Santa Cruz Gives – through December 2018.  https://santacruzgives.org/nonprofit/eschaton-foundation/ 2. We offer TRAINING in NONVIOLENCE: Kingian Nonviolence trainings twice each year; 12/14/18-How We Win with George Lakey, who has led over […]

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What is Happening in Palestine?

Within the last few weeks, there had been a Congressional Accompaniment Tour with local Santa Cruz delegates, Tom Helman, David Furnish, Joshua Grossman, Peter Klotz-Chamberlin, and Rose Leopold, Executive Assistant to Congressman Jimmy Panetta, which took a trip to Palestine Gaza. The group had visited cities and villages under military occupation, including East Jerusalem, Bethlehem, […]

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Support the SELMA Cultural Exchange Trip 2018!

The Resource Center for Nonviolence is asking for your help:   ​​ SUPPORT THE SELMA CULTURAL EXCHANGE TRIP 2018!  Your contribution will go to support TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIPS/SUBSIDIES for students and other undeserved community members: —- Limited spaces still available: Registration form. See a PDF PRESENTATION for additional info. From Tuesday, March 27th – Tuesday, April 3rd 2018 a group of 12 students […]

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See Video of Sept. 10 event- No PEACE Without Justice: Gandhian Nonviolence and its Relevance Today

 Did you miss this Sept. 10 event? No Peace without Justice: Gandhian Nonviolence and its Relevance Today  See livestream Video. Dr. Geeta Mehta related the power of Gandhian nonviolence in turbulent times in India to the current moment in the U.S. and her personal experience trekking with Vinoba Bhave, the spiritual heir of Mohandas Gandhi, during the India land-gift […]

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