End Abuse Expresses Fear That Supreme Court Decision Dobbs v. Jackson Will Have Drastic Consequences for Survivors of Domestic Violence

June 28, 2022 by Elise Buchbinder

On June 24, 2022, in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the United States Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, destroying the constitutional right to abortion and leaving states to decide the legality of abortion. This decision effectively rolls back bodily and sexual autonomy for those who can become pregnant, and this is especially dangerous for survivors of domestic violence.

On Kenyairra Gadson Sentencing, Jessica Williams Arrest

May 6, 2022 by Elise Buchbinder

On May 6th, 2022, advocates from End Abuse, WCASA, the RCC, and UNIDOS joined Freedom, Inc. in attending the sentencing hearing for Kenyairra Gadson. Kenyairra was sentenced to 13 years initial confinement and 11 years of extended supervision. End Abuse reacts to this sentencing in the context of systemic violence.

Newly Released! Transformative Multidisciplinary Team Bulletin – Spring 2022

March 17, 2022 by Elise Buchbinder

The latest edition of Transformative, our quarterly newsletter for advocates & multi-disciplinary teams, is released for Spring 2022! In the Spring 2022 issue, find such resources as: our new domestic violence homicide support group: GRACE; opportunities to get involved in direct advocacy impacting Indigenous communities in WI; and short films centering young QTBIPOC folks about helping youth build healthy relationships.

Register Now for the 2022 Statewide Teen Summit: rEVOLutionary Acts!

March 8, 2022 by Elise Buchbinder

The Teen Summit is End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin’ s largest training, developed by and for young people. It brings together youth, parents, educators, activists, and mentors from across Wisconsin and the surrounding area to learn about individual and community healing, anti-violence work centering those most impacted, and imagining violence-free futures.

Newly Released Coalition Chronicles: People who have Experienced Human Trafficking and Advocates in WI

January 21, 2022 by Elise Buchbinder

In this issue of the Coalition Chronicles, we focus on people who have experienced human trafficking, and those who advocate alongside them in Wisconsin. We have amplified the voices of those with lived experience of trafficking, highlighted the growing Human Trafficking Community of Care, and spotlighted the work of Asia Jackson (DCF) and Julie Braun (DOJ). American Indians Against Abuse, End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault, and the Wisconsin Office of Crime Victim Services - Department of Justice worked together to develop the publication.

Teen Summit 2022: Call for Proposals!

December 8, 2021 by Elise Buchbinder

We are excited to announce that the 2022 Teen Summit is being planned as an in-person event! We can’t wait to be in space with everyone at this upcoming Teen Summit, which will be from 6/12/22 – 6/14/22 at the Kalahari Resorts in Wisconsin Dells! Submit proposals for workshops, roundtables, and performances by January 11!

End Abuse Mourns Waukesha Violence, Identifies Ties between Domestic Abuse and Acts of Mass Violence

November 23, 2021 by Elise Buchbinder

“We see time and time again that people who use violence against their current or former partners are more likely to go on to commit acts of violence on a larger scale. This reality too often goes unaddressed by media coverage of mass acts of violence, and demonstrates what our coalition and domestic violence advocates across the state and nation have insisted for years: that intimate partner violence is a community issue, not a private matter. It truly affects all of us.”

Newly Released! Transformative Multidisciplinary Team Bulletin – Fall 2021

November 9, 2021 by Elise Buchbinder

The latest edition of Transformative, our quarterly newsletter for advocates & multi-disciplinary teams, is released for Fall 2021! With dedicated sections including Local Voices, Policy Spotlights, and Practices for Healing and Accountability, Systems Change Coordinator Tegan Swanson provides tools to foster change, accountability, and healing in our personal and professional communities. This issue features a spotlight on reproductive justice and the Wisconsin Alliance for Women's Health, action to take on Critical Race & Gender Theory, and videos + critical questions on criminalization of survival.