Interview with Alicia Garza: What Will it Take to End Violence Against Girls and Women?

Interview with Alicia Garza: What Will it Take to End Violence Against Girls and Women?

In June, Black Lives Matter co-founder and Special Projects Director for National Domestic Workers Alliance, Alicia Garza sat down with NoVo Foundation Program Officer Jesenia Santana for a conversation about what is needed to end violence against girls and women. Learn from Alicia Garza’s tremendous insights on the practice of intersectionality, successful community-based models, and what it takes to create powerful and inclusive social movements. This resource includes a podcast of the full-interview, a 5-part blog series that lifts up key learnings.

 

Blog 1: The First Step to Ending Violence? Read the blog.

Blog 2: Movements as Mosaics: A Call to Practice Intersectionality. Read the blog.

Blog 3: Ally or co-Conspirator? What it means to act #InSolidarity? Read the blog.

Blog 4: Maintaining the Status Quo: Why We Can’t Forego Social Change Work in Social Services. Read the blog.

Blog 5: Three Communities Practicing Public Safety that Don’t Involve Police. Read the blog.

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