Newly Released! Transformative: Winter 2023

February 9, 2023 by Elise Buchbinder

The latest edition of Transformative, our quarterly newsletter for advocates & multi-disciplinary teams, is released for Winter 2023! In this issue, find: a feature on LGBTQIA+ Survivors of Violence via a virtual support group with Turningpoint; learning environmentalism through the lens of Black Feminism; (re)Exploring Emergent Strategy, and resources to learn more about concepts and practices like mutual aid, generative conflict, disability justice, and interdependence.

In New Report, End Abuse Releases 2021 Domestic Violence Homicide Data

September 27, 2022 by Elise Buchbinder

This is the twentieth edition of the Wisconsin Domestic Violence Homicide Report. End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin has been tracking and analyzing all incidents of domestic violence homicide that occurred in Wisconsin since 2000. This report documents fatalities from 2021, and includes sections examining the relationship between mass violence and intimate partner violence, the link between family violence and pet abuse, and interventions with those who cause harm.

Ahead of Homicide Report Release, End Abuse Mourns Milwaukee Homicides, Highlights Needed Change

August 24, 2022 by Elise Buchbinder

In the wake of six domestic violence homicides over the span of just two weeks this summer in Milwaukee, many are left in mourning and questioning how to address this crisis. End Abuse points out patterns highlighted by these homicides and offers insight for homicide prevention ahead of the September release of the Annual Domestic Violence Homicide Report.

You’re Invited! Attend Our Annual Soar Above Soirée on August 31

August 12, 2022 by Elise Buchbinder

Soar Above is End Domestic Abuse WI's annual fundraiser and awareness event. Join us in community to learn, connect, and make a difference for survivors with your generous support. We will gather together on August 31 from 5-7pm at The Great Dane Pub & Brewing - Hilldale, where we'll feature information on the impact of recent declining protections in reproductive justice for survivors - in particular BIPOC survivors.