The movement to end intimate partner violence has historically been segregated from the movements to end violence against children and sexual violence. While we have made great progress in breaking down these silos in recent years, most efforts to end family violence still center adults and leave children and young people out of the conversation, strategies, and overall work. Join this webinar, featuring Amita Swadhin, a nationally recognized activist who survived years of family violence, including rape by her father. This webinar will explore intersectional and anti-oppression approaches to ending intimate partner violence and emphasize the importance of including children and young people in this work. Amita is a 2016 Just Beginnings Collaborative Fellow and the founder of Mirror Memoirs, a national project uplifting the narratives and leadership of LGBTQ people of color who survived child sexual abuse.