Social Change

Social Change

All the work of Move to End Violence is driven by our end goal: meaningful, lasting social change. By developing practices of strategic thinking, honing our intersectional analysis, learning lessons from our own social change efforts and those of sister movements, engaging in public opinion research, and more – we are building the capacity of this movement to develop and execute visionary, long-term strategies that will attack the root causes of violence against girls and women and alter the systems and balances of power that maintain the status quo.

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Movement Maker Jamia Wilson of The Feminist Press at CUNY talks to Ms. Magazine. https://t.co/ZsvWkFp7KY

Preventing Sexual Violence in Sport: Panel at APHA Annual Meeting https://t.co/UHSG1NeBXN

Raben Los Angeles hosting another Policy After Hours event featuring Aparna Shah of Power California discussing the… https://t.co/246F7TuHAC

Jamia Wilson, head of the Feminist Press at CUNY and MEV Cohort 3 member, sharing with Good Morning America why, as… https://t.co/vgfKXmvwQ0