Starting in 2004, Men Stopping Violence has publicly honored individuals whose voices add to the chorus that is calling for safer communities for women and girls. At the bi-annual dinner, One Vision Many Voices, we recognize the many ways people contribute to this important work. We have honored Tim McGraw because he showed what celebrities can do when he stopped his concert to tell a man in the audience that his behavior toward the woman he was with would not be tolerated. We have honored Baroness Scotland of Asthal and then Senator Joe Biden for creating national legislation in their respective countries to stop violence against women. We have honored Natasha Tretheway and Pearl Cleage because their literature illuminated women's experience as victims and survivors. And we have honored many more; among them actors, magazine editors, professors, business owners, and lawyers.
Join us on Thursday, September 19 for One Vision Many Voices. Tickets include entry to the Hosted Reception, Dinner, and Program.
ONE TICKET $150 | TWO TICKETS $250
When Men Stopping Violence (MSV) opened its doors in 1982, there was little being done to hold men accountable for violence against women or to engage men in working to end that violence. It is because of our rigorous approach to our work that MSV has been recognized as a national leader in engaging men to end violence against women.
Our Mission: Organize men to end male violence against women and girls through innovative trainings, programs and education.