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Movement Makers

Approximately every two years, Move to End Violence selects a group of inspired individuals who are committed to ending violence against all girls and women in the United States through social change. We call them Movement Makers.

Each cohort of Movement Makers convenes regularly over the course of two years. During these convenings, Movement Makers have the opportunity to build community, grow as leaders, and tackle hard movement questions all in service of working collectively to strengthen the movement to end violence against all girls and women. Check out the roadmap for the current cohort’s work together.

We invite you to get to know the Movement Makers. Meet Cohort 1Cohort 2 and Cohort 3.

 

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