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The Resource Center for Nonviolence promotes the powerful combination of Nonviolence and Antiracism
We are multiracial volunteers, staff, donors, and board members committed to a community and place for personal and social transformation, cultural expression, advocacy, reflection, action, and reconciliation, rooted in Santa Cruz County, California.
We join together to develop the powerful combination of nonviolence and antiracism as means to create a more just, equitable, joyful, and sustainable world.
We host meetings and events to build nonviolence and antiracist culture in our community center.
The Resource Center for Nonviolence is located on unceded territory of the Awaswas-speaking Uypi Tribe, and the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band. The land was named by colonizers as the San Lorenzo River watershed, 612 Ocean Street, Santa Cruz, California, United States of America.
The Resource Center for Nonviolence is the public name of the independent 501(c)3 nonprofit Eschaton Foundation.
RCNV is the the place to:
CELEBRATE PARTNERSHIPS | BE BELOVED COMMUNITY | ADVANCE ANTIRACISM | TRAIN IN NONVIOLENCE | LEARN, CHANGE, ACT | EXHIBIT ARTS of NONVIOLENCE | MEETING & BUILD COMMUNITY
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