Explore the role of stories in mobilizing action and movement building
NSCADV 2016 Plenary Exploring: Past, Present, Future.
Violence against Mother Earth is violence against women and girls. Learn how to stand with our Indigenous relatives and allies
What will it take to build a powerful movement to end violence against girls and women? Alicia Garza Explores Movement Building In This Interview Series
The deep-rooted problems we face need groundbreaking solutions. Join us to bring forth the transformation we seek.
Bresha Meadows is a survivor who needs trauma informed care, not incarceration.
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We invest in research to expand the movement's understanding of what captures attention and motivates actions on issues related to violence against girls and women in the United States.
We bring together extraordinary leaders and their organizations to help them envision and align around new ways of moving forward together to end violence against all girls and women in the U.S.
Creating real social change will require new ways of thinking and being. Explore our shared resources to find tools, practices, and strategies that will help us collectively achieve the social change we seek.
Connect with the inspiring community of individuals and organizations collaborating across sectors to create a world free from violence against girls and women where everyone can reach their full potential.
Every year during October, which is Domestic Violence Awareness month, and as part of the #SayHerName campaign, A…
Several Movement Makers and allied leaders have come together to launch #survivorsvote, a get-out-the-vote initia…
Dear Beloved Community, Our Indigenous relatives and allies are putting their lives on the line daily at Standing…
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