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Join storytellers, advocates, and activists as we pivot our intimate partner violence (IPV) prevention work and messaging in response to the racial inequities that COVID has laid bare, especially for Black individuals and communities across the country. Explore meaningful relationship building with communities across states, sectors, and social justice movements.
This virtual event is free and open to all, offering opportunities to engage with change makers from across the country and leave with concrete action steps, commitments, and measures for accountability to advance our collective work.

Many opportunities for action:
  • Leveraging this moment as a call to action to center the experiences, voices & leadership of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color
  • Building cross-sector regional partnerships
  • Promoting global approaches that reach individuals
  • Lifting up storytelling as a prevention tool
  • Opening space for ongoing conversations & shared learning
  • Promoting a united mission integrating prevention & intervention

Two panel discussions:
Advancing Our Collective Liberation
Looking Ahead: The Future of IPV Prevention
Timike Boyd Jones & Colleen Yeakle, Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Chéree Thomas & Layla Elabed, Michigan Coalition to End Domestic & Sexual Violence 
Glenn A. Harris, Ohio Domestic Violence Network & Kalitha Williams, Policy Matters Ohio

Submit your questions for our esteemed panel. Gain inspiration for creating real, meaningful change.
Six strategy sessions:
  • Building Trust with Communities: Revisioning our work
  • Centering our Work on Survivors’ and Communities’ Needs & Leadership by Listening to the Needs of Black Women
  • Engaging Men in the Movement to End Gender-Based Violence
  • Intersecting Pandemics
  • Youth-Defined Prevention Strategies
  • Addressing Wage Equity and Economic Justice at All Levels of our Movement
Engage with and learn from community partners doing innovative prevention work
Plenary Session:
Integration of Anti-Racism Work, Intervention, and Prevention into One Mission
Chéree Thomas & Lisa Winchell-Caldwell, Michigan Coalition to End Domestic & Sexual Violence
Averett Robey, HAVEN

Connect the dots to realize our shared vision.

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Hosted by the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence and National IPV Prevention Council in partnership with the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the Michigan Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence, and the Ohio Domestic Violence Network.
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