Ending violence against women, girls, and in relationships, is a community problem that requires a community solution. One very important key to its success is the role men are playing as allies to women to help end violence against women. To help promote this important idea, Center for Domestic Peace has dedicated space on our website to post relevant content, links, and videos that showcase what is being done by men in support of our cause.
Click here to learn how men can help end domesitc violence!
Watch Jackson Katz on CBS This Morning talk about what men can do in light of the #MeToo Movement.
CBS's James Brown Delivers a Powerful Speech About Domestic Violence:
Join the Men's Movement to End Domestic Violence. 9 Minute Video:
Turning Pain Into Power: Javier Espinoza at TEDxOrangeCoast.
Javier, a C4DP volunteer, tells his amazing story of inspiration, committment and passion to end violence against women:
President Obama's PSA during the Grammy's - Take the pledge at ItsOnUs.org:
President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden join with Eli Manning, Jeremy Lin, David Beckham, Joe Torre, and many others in this campaign 1 Is 2 Many:
One Billion Rising: Robert Redford on why he is joining Eve Ensler's campaign:
The Man Prayer...Men Rising:
Jackson Katz: Tough Guise: Violence, Media & the Crisis in Masculinity and Violence and Silence, TED Talk
Patrick Stewart A Question He Doesn't Usually Get:
The Next Generation of Manhood:
Fatal Distraction: Manhood, Guns, and Violence- Article by Allen Johnson
Christopher Meloni Supports A CALL TO MEN and says NO MORE:
Another video that illustrates they beauty of boys
Here are some partner organizations:
And of course, our very own ManKind