Move to End Violence is a 10-year initiative designed to strengthen our collective capacity to end violence against girls and women in the United States.

Blog: On the Move

Practicing for Miracles

By Stacy Kono | October 02, 2014

There is a quote by Thich Nhat Hanh posted up at the Rockwood offices above the kitchen sink. It reads:

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How I Honor My Heartbeat

By Archi Pyati | September 17, 2014

Heartbeats: The IZZAT Project is a graphic novel written by young, South Asian women who are survivors of violence. Their stories are painful to read: the pressure to conform to multiple ideals and the resulting family conflict and inner struggle are unpleasant to witness. They show us graphically what they want us to see – their lives, in plain lines, but utterly complicated. 

The women who wrote the book happen to be South Asian, but the message from their book transcends: Pay attention. Make the invisible visible.  Listen to us.

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Victory! Town Will No Longer Treat Domestic Violence Victims as Nuisances

By Sandra Park | September 10, 2014

Three strikes and you're out of your home and on the street – all because you called 911 for help. That was the nightmare faced by Lakisha Briggs and other residents of Norristown, Pa.

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Be The Buffalo. (Part II)

By Marissa Tirona | August 21, 2014

In my previous blog, I introduced the idea of “Adaptive Leadership” as a “practice of mobilizing people to tackle tough challenges and thrive.” There are many concepts from the adaptive leadership framework which leaders and organizations have found useful as they navigate the complex environments in which they work.

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Be The Buffalo.

By Marissa Tirona | August 19, 2014

Cows run away from the storm while the buffalo charges toward it – and gets through it quicker.  Whenever I’m confronted with a tough challenge, I do not prolong the torment, I become the buffalo. – Wilma Mankiller

Part 1: The weather forecast predicts stormy weather. For quite a while.

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