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

Self-Care: Taking Care of Others by Taking Care of Yourself

By Marissa Tirona | July 16, 2014

When we are able to build
Open spaces
In the same way
We have learned
To pile on logs,
Then we come to see how
It is fuel, and the absence of fuel
Together, that make fire possible.

- Excerpted from “Fire” by Judy Brown

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Stress less. Your work is bigger than you.

By Stacy Kono | June 30, 2014

It is our duty to fight for our freedom. It is our duty to win.We must love each other and support each other.We have nothing to lose but our chains.” ~ Assata Shakur

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Moving Beyond Our Survivor Story

By sujin lee | June 25, 2014

We lost an amazing visionary, teacher, artist, activist, and leader in Dr. Maya Angelou. In addition to being all these things, she was a survivor of childhood sexual abuse who was able to heal and accomplish great things. Dr. Angelou knew that her purpose in this life was not merely to survive, but to move beyond her survivor story so she could thrive, fulfill her destiny, and leave an inspiring legacy for future generations.

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Normalizing Rest

By Lisa Silverberg | June 18, 2014

A friend had major surgery last week.  When I went to visit her, she eeked out wearily, “you know you are overworked when you are looking forward to two days in the hospital where you can just lie still in bed.”

That her comment resonated so much with me, versus, say, sounding sad, or bizarre, caught my attention. I am on a quest for rest myself.

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Leadership Takes Practice: How I Remembered to Play Big, Forgot, and Remembered Again

By Stacy Kono | April 25, 2014

When I participated in the Art of Leadership as a new staff person at Rockwood eight years ago, I crafted a Life Purpose Statement that was about fostering love and connection by playing big in the world. This statement emerged from my realization that I had a habit of hiding behind my work because I was afraid of making mistakes. What I realized at the Art of Leadership was that love and connection require courage and boldness.

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