Programs

Resource Center for Nonviolence PROGRAMS: 

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Resource Center for Nonviolence PROGRAMS: 

Kingian Nonviolence Conflict Reconciliation Training: Core certification training in the philosophy and methodology that provides the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary for people to pursue peaceful strategies and solve personal and community problems.

Project ReGeneration/ Youth Empowerment: Creating spaces where youth can learn about active nonviolence, gain leadership skills, share their talents, participate in inter-generational dialogue, and explore what community means to them.

Opposing Militarism: Developing a truth-in-recruitment presence in schools and colleges on the Central Coast.

Palestine Justice Coalition (formerly Palestine Israel Action Committee): Seeking human rights for Palestinians and Israelis. PJC organizes education events and supports boycott, divestment and sanctions in support of human rights for all persons in Israel and Palestine, and in support of equal rights of return for Palestinians as well as Jews.

Alliance to Dismantle White Supremacy-  Dismantling white supremacy with an intersectional lens. 

Nonviolent Networking Nights: 3rd Thursday of each month. Potluck dinner and lively discussion on a variety of topics.

Racial and Economic Justice: working toward the Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Beloved Community

Public Forums: Speakers tell stories and analyses from struggles around the world.

The Art of Nonviolence: Exhibits highlighting justice and nonviolence.

http://www.racialequityresourceguide.org/orgs/santa-cruz-county-community-coalition-to-overcome-racism

 

Resources:

Our offices are currently CLOSED to the public. RCNV is centrally located at our 612 Ocean St. facility in Santa Cruz. Our Bookstore (In transition 11/17):  currently in stock:  Organic fair trade items from Palestine, (olive oil, Za-Atar etc.), posters, and more.  Still to come: more books for sale focused on nonviolence and justice. : Shelves for our extensive Roy Kepler Library on Nonviolence and Social Change, featuring a large collection of books by and about Gandhi and more. More library books to be on display as soon as we get more shelves.

Facilities:  Rentals currently on pause. The Resource Center has several spaces for the community that are available for rental: Scott Kennedy Hall (capacity 180) Community Room (capacity 60); Conference Room (capacity 12) . The Center can host meetings, performances, films, celebrations, or exhibits and offers very reasonable rates. For scheduling and rates: Tom Monahan 831.423.1626 extension 106 or rcnvrentals   (at)  rcnv.org

For more information about RCNV programs, call 831-423-1626. See also EVENTS page on this site.