In the News

Men Stopping Violence Interviewed on Peachtree TV

Greg Loughlin, MSV’s Assistant Director, made an appearance on Public Affairs on Peach to discuss the … [Read More...]

Men Stopping Violence Interviewed on Weekend Express

Lee Giordano, MSV's Director of Training, made an appearance on HLN to discuss the Brock Turner sexual … [Read More...]

Men Stopping Violence Joined Rose Scott and Denis O’Hayer on Closer Look

Ulester Douglas joined Rose Scott and Denis O’Hayer on Closer Look on October 26, 2015. Ulester addresses … [Read More...]

Men Stopping Violence Trains in Mauritius and Sechelles

Lee Giordano, Men Stopping Violence’s Director of Training, recently completed a training series in … [Read More...]

MSV to be Featured in Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist Nicholas Kristof’s Upcoming Documentary: A Path Appears

Men Stopping Violence (MSV) is excited to announce that we will be featured in a forthcoming three part … [Read More...]

MSV Guest Columnist Atlanta Jounrnal-Constitution

Board member Dona Yarbrough wrote a guest column for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution entitled Combat … [Read More...]

Men Stopping Violence Highlighted in Story about Domestic Violence

CNN recently wrote a story exploring domestic violence from the persepective of an abusive man and the … [Read More...]

Men Stopping Violence Featured in the Atlanta Journal Constitution

The AJC's Sheila M. Poole featured Men Stopping Violence in an article about creating accountability … [Read More...]

Ulester Douglas, MSV’s Executive Director, speaks with CNN about engaging men to end domestic violence.

Ulester Douglas made an appearance on CNN to discuss the NFL's response to domestic violence and engaging … [Read More...]

Board Member Richelle Carey appears on The Beat of Sports

MSV Board Member Richelle Carey continues the conversation about community accountability for ending … [Read More...]

Featured Events

Training for Therapists – Bridging the Gap: Collaborating with Family Violence Intervention Programs

Men Stopping Violence successfully partners with therapists throughout metro Atlanta to help challenge … [Read More...]

Men At Work Training – June 2017

June 28th, 2017 - June 30th, 2017 Men At Work: Building Safe Communities is an innovative and multi-disciplinary … [Read More...]

Emory University Discussion on Sexual Violence

On Wednesday, April 12th from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m., Men Stopping Violence will be hosting a discussion about … [Read More...]

Strategies to Address Fathers Who Have Used Violence – January 2017

Men Stopping Violence will be presenting to judges from across Georgia on the issue of domestic violence … [Read More...]

Safe Families, Safe Communities – October 18th

Men Stopping Violence (MSV) organizes men to create safer communities for women and girls. For 34 years, … [Read More...]

Because We Have Daughters – October 15th

Join MSV on October 15th from 10 am. to 1 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Metro Atlanta North church … [Read More...]

Men At Work Training – October 2016

October 12th, 2016 - October 14th, 2016 Men Stopping Violence (MSV) is pleased to announce our new curriculum: … [Read More...]

Domestic Violence Community Forum – October 5th

Please join Men Stopping Violence at Sevananda Natural Foods Market, as we discuss the problem and propose … [Read More...]

The Art of Change – September 22nd

On September 22nd, 2016, Men Stopping Violence will be hosting a night of poetry and music to end violence … [Read More...]

A Call to Coaches: Developing Young Men of Character – September 20th

Registration is open for A CALL TO COACHES - Atlanta, a FREE educational training event where coaches … [Read More...]

35th Anniversary Celebration: A Homecoming

When: 7:00 PM on Friday, September 22, 2017

Where: The Trolley Barn, 963 Edgewood Avenue, Atlanta, 30307

More Information and Tickets

We are the Work: The Making of Men Stopping Violence

We are the Work BookA new book written by Men Stopping Violence co-founder Dick Bathrick chronicles MSV’s 30 years of experience working with men to end male violence against women.

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Because We Have Daughters

For many years, violence against women has been seen as a “women’s issue” but is a human issue. The question is, “Why would men want to get involved in ending violence against women?” The answer is, “because they have daughters.” Men have daughters, sisters, friends, mothers, co-workers and other women in their lives who men want to be safe but they do not have the skills or tools to help create that safety. [Read More...]