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Collective Liberation: Movement Building for the Years Ahead

Be there! November 15 to 17, 2017 in Green Bay. 

End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin's Statewide Conference, Collective Liberation: Movement Building for the Years Ahead, will take place at the Radisson Hotel & Conference Center in Green Bay.

With a goal of radical movement building, this conference will feature more than 40 diverse workshops, four dynamic, nationally-acclaimed plenary speakers, and other related special events. It is our goal to embrace a message of unity with a racial justice framework, while maintaining intentional inclusion and healing at its core.

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Scholarships are Available 

We seek to promote equitable participation in our educational programs. Those who have an increased financial burden are invited to complete an application for a scholarship to waive the conference registration fee. Available scholarships will be awarded on a first-come first served basis, although we will also attempt to distribute them equitably across the state. To be considered for a scholarship, the application must be completed by September 20, but the application period may be closed early if scholarship funds have been exhausted. Note scholarship applicants should not register until notified of the application decision by End Abuse. 

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Nationally-acclaimed Keynote Speakers

  • Farah Tanis, co-founder and Executive Director of Black Women's Blueprint and founder of Museum of Women's Resistance (MoWRe), will be a keynote speaker at the Collective Liberation Conference.  We are honored to have Ms. Tanis at our conference. Her work has been an inspiration to  End Abuse's gender violence prevention program.
  • Bonnie Brandl, director of the National Clearinghouse on Abuse in Later Life, will be coming home to WI to give a vitally important and timely talk on how the movement to end gender violence must encompass the experiences of survivors across the lifespan. With deep roots in survivor-centered work, Bonnie has been a force to counteract what she has called the “invisibility of violence against older women” in the broader movement.
  • Dr. Eddie Moore is one of the nation’s top motivational speakers and educators. He is the founder of the Privilege Institute and the National White Privilege Conference, which has become one of the leading social justice gatherings in the world. 
  • Valarie Kaur is a civil rights activist, lawyer, award-winning filmmaker, media commentator, educator, entrepreneur, author, and Sikh American justice leader. She has made award-winning films and led national campaigns on civil rights for 15 years. Her activism focuses on hate crimes, racism and profiling, gun violence, immigration, solitary confinement, LGBTQI equality, and Internet freedom. She is the founder of Groundswell Movement, America’s largest multifaith online organizing community of 300,000+ known for “dynamically strengthening faith-based organizing in the 21st century.”  (Appearing via live video link.)


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We envision communities fully engaged to provide safety and to give a voice to all affected by domestic abuse, while creating the social change necessary to address its root causes. We honor the wisdom and strength of domestic abuse survivors across the lifespan. Our mission is achievable through survivor-centered work that includes strategic partnerships and collaboration. As advocates for social justice, we embrace the voices of diverse communities.