June 2, 2015
National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) hosts Advocacy Days Conference during its 25th anniversary celebration
This week, NNEDV is hosting its annual Advocacy Days Conference to advocate for improved legislation and increased funding to prevent and end domestic violence. NNEDV is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, reflecting on the progress that has been made for survivors as well as the barriers that still exist.
June 1, 2015
The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) is disappointed by today’s Supreme Court’s decision in Elonis v. United States. As Justice Alito noted in his concurrence, “[t]hreats of violence and intimidation are among the most favored weapons of domestic abusers, and the rise of social media has only made those tactics more commonplace.”
May 31, 2015
Julianne Moore, Russell Simmons, Patti Smith, Aasif Mandvi, Sarah Silverman, Michael Stipe, Alyssa Milano, Padma Lakshmi, Perez Hilton, Tunde Adebimpe of TV on the Radio, Mike Bloomberg, Governor Cuomo and more than 60 Mayors Nationwide to "Wear Orange" on National Gun Violence Awareness Day June 2, 2015
MTV, Motown Records, HBO, Vans Warped Tour, Essence Magazine, and Many More Join in National Gun Violence Awareness Day Effort
Video Released May 28, 2015, Tells Story of Chicago Teens Who Started a New National Movement to End Gun Violence
April 28, 2015
Sunday May 10, 2015, is Mother’s Day. Moms have an incredible impact on our lives because moms are the best. They’re patient, they’re smart, and they’re awesome.
April 29, 2015
This article also appears on the Huffington Post here.
Floyd Mayweather has a history of violence and brutality -- and not just inside the ring. I'm talking about a history of battering women that spans more than 12 years. This includes seven documented assaults against five different women, some of them occurring in front of his children.
April 28, 2015
Laws and court procedures can be difficult to comprehend under the best of circumstances. When the stakes are particularly high, survivors of violence are often alone in trying to make sense of the law and protect themselves and their children.