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

The Heart of Our Work: Caring

By Stacy Kono | March 16, 2015

I went to hear Ai-jen Poo speak a few weeks back in San Francisco on her book release tour for Age of Dignity in which she calls for a transformation of our culture to prioritize “care” as our society experiences an “elder boom.” After many years of organizing with domestic workers and building national alliances, Ai-jen shared her vision at the event for a world where we are all met with respect and dignity – as we live, as we work, and as we die.

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5 Takeaways After Watching 'The Hunting Ground,' the New Documentary on Campus Sexual Violence

By Sandra Park | March 12, 2015

Have you seen (or have plans to see) "The Hunting Ground", the new documentary on sexual violence on campus? Movement Maker Sandra Park offers her key takeaways after watching the documentary in this blog re-posted with permission from ACLU:

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International Women’s Day: Linking Struggles and Successes of the Movement to End Violence Against Girls and Women Around the Globe

By Puja Dhawan | March 08, 2015

Today is International Women’s Day – an opportunity to celebrate and recognize movement leaders who have worked hard to achieve human rights and dignity for girls and women. It is a day to reflect on how we have collectively advanced, and to act on what else needs to be done so that dignity, equality, and justice are truly part of all communities.

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Discussing Stance and Physical Practice with Norma Wong

By Move to End Violence | February 25, 2015

As you can see on our Forward Stance + Transformation page, what we collectively call 60/40 Stance is an integral practice for Move to End Violence, and a signature element of our movement strategy.

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We Are Better Now

By Lovisa Stannow | February 25, 2015

Every morning, as I walk into Just Detention International’s (JDI) offices, I am greeted by a beautiful, framed piece of art; it says “compassion” at the center, surrounded by words like “dignity,” “justice,” and “courage.”

 

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