The Right to Resist Tour for Nonviolent Social Change is an exciting opportunity for young activists to learn more about how to mobilize others for change on their campuses & in their communities…

Wednesday, April 26th
5:30pm – 8:30pm
Zacatecas Café Community Room
2472 University Avenue- Riv

Join us for an evening extravaganza of spoken word and drumming with April King (see bios) of the Los Angeles Frequencing Movement, a performance that is sure to infuse audiences of all ages with new energy, enthusiasm and empowerment for social change.  The performance will be followed by an interactive workshop session with members of the FOR’s Nonviolent Youth Collective who will be working with participants to come up with strategies for counter recruitment, international resistance to war and creative nonviolence.

Since she got her hands on the V-drums in 1998, April King began her quest to bring live and improvised beats into sample and machine based music through sound creation and electro-acoustic collaboration.  Following the groove evolution of the Afrikan diaspora from drum n’bass to funk, afro-beat to punk, house to hip-hop, rock to trip-hop, King inspires every audience to move to her transcendental grooves.

The Fellowship of Reconciliation is a national interfaith organization that promotes nonviolent social change.  Since 1915 it has carried on projects concerned with domestic and international peace and justice and the rights of conscience.     

For more information contact: or call (951) 682-5364

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