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July 27, 2011

Gloria Steinem & Salamishah Tillet Fireside Chat

Our Fireside Chats bring MEV cohort members into conversation with other movement leaders and create a space to share stories, experiences, and perspectives. On May 17, 2011, Gloria Steinem and Salamishah Tillet joined the first pilot cohort of Move to End Violence to have an intimate “fireside chat” about what it will take to end violence against girls and women. We would like to share with you these four short clips from that conversation. In this Fireside Chat, Salamishah and Gloria answer the questions:

What were one or two big lessons that you’ve learned that could help us, as we consider and envision a new world without violence against women and girls?

What is the most personally transformative experience you have had as movement activists?

Can you share some of your thoughts on our movement’s history on the intersection of class, race, and gender — as well as where we are now and where we need to be?

How do we message the analysis and strategy in a way to call out to as many people as possible?

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