Love With Power: Practicing Transformation for Social Justice

Love With Power: Practicing Transformation for Social Justice

LoveWithPower_coverOver the past five years, Move to End Violence has benefited greatly from the insightful thinking of the Movement Strategy Center. In their most recent report, Love with Power, they highlight a core learning that has also been alive with us at Move to End Violence: we must transform how we are with ourselves, each other, and our world in order to create the future that we want.

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Love With Power: Practicing Transformation for Social Justice

The report is a timely read, written with learnings from the powerful activists who are leading the ​national conversations around police brutality in communities of color. The stories and leaders of #BlackLivesMatter and the 2015 #BlackSpring are central, and their voices illuminate the power and need for transformation, with love at the core. So much echoes with the experiences we have​ had in Move to End Violence: identif​ying the habits that don’t serve us,  finding new “ways of being” with each other, and birthing ​the movements​ that will change the world.

Emily Napalo Cavanaugh
Emily Napalo Cavanaugh
Director of Operations
Move to End Violence

Emily Napalo Cavanaugh (She, Her, Hers) is the Director of Operations for Move to End Violence. With a background in women’s rights and reproductive health, Emily supports the program’s development, including convening design and materials production, and runs many of the operational aspects of Move to End Violence. Learn More

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