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.

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Love and Strategy

By Jackie Payne | January 30, 2015

Last week I wrote a blog reflecting on what our anti-violence movement can learn from Dr. King’s principles of non-violence.

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Weaving Networks of Mutuality and Justice

By Stacy Kono | January 21, 2015

I recently re-read Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail” after the verdicts in Ferguson, Missouri and New York, where police officers were acquitted for the killings of two unarmed African American men.

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Building a Movement that Honors Dr. King’s Legacy

By Jackie Payne | January 19, 2015

Today, I find myself contemplating how our anti-violence movement is embracing the lessons of Dr. King’s principles of non-violence and theory of non-violent social change.

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Out With the New Year’s Resolution

By Jackie Payne | January 15, 2015

Do you engage in the practice of setting New Year’s resolutions? I was struck by this New York Times piece on the idea of tossing aside the practice of New Year’s resolutions, and instead embracing the idea of personal mission statement.

Yes, you read that right, a personal mission statement.

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BlackLivesMatter: A Call For Inclusive Race and Gender Justice Movements

By Move to End Violence | December 15, 2014

Last week, Movement Makers from the first two cohorts gathered to continue their work together. It became very clear moments into gathering that our hearts belonged with those expressing collective outrage at the failure of accountability for the deaths of Mike Brown, Eric Garner, Tamir Rice and many others killed at the hands of police.

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