Enough. The Violence Ends Now.

Amnesty International USA is a participating organization in V-Day’s ONE BILLION RISING REVOLUTION, a global call to women survivors of violence and those who love them to break the silence and release their stories – politically, spiritually, outrageously – through art, dance, marches, ritual, song, spoken word, testimonies and whatever way feels right.

Join Amnesty and V-DAY and become part of the revolution of women and men who will RISE, RELEASE, and DANCE on 14 February 2015. Pledge now to join us in a global action to demand an end to the violence!

 4 More Ways to Take Action with Amnesty and V-Day

 1. Plan An Event 

You can rise politically, outrageously, artistically – through any way that best expresses your outrage, your need, your desire, and your joy.

View And Download The OBR REVOLUTION Toolkit

Read the One Billion Rising Revolution monologue for your Event

Download One Billion Rising Revolution Videos & MP3s

 2. Attend V-DAY Events with Amnesty

Amnesty activists will be rising up for women’s rights in V-Day events all over the country. You can also click here to find out about events happening in your own city. And don’t forget to pledge to join us!

 3. Take action for I-VAWA, you can make a difference!

Support the I-VAWA! Women and girls around the world have the right to live free from violence.  Make your voice heard. Demand that your Members of Congress commit to ending violence against women and girls across the globe by cosponsoring I-VAWA today!

4. Spread the Word and DANCE – Wherever You Are!

Wherever you are — rise up and demand an end to violence against women and girls! Tweet a picture of yourself dancing for women’s human rights and share on Twitter with messages like:

I will DRUM, DANCE & RISE on @vday to end violence against women & girls w @amnesty #rise4revolution

Dance with me on @vday and RISE for revolution w @amnesty #rise4revolution

About Amnesty and V-Day

Amnesty International is a Nobel Peace Prize-winning grassroots activist organization with more than 3 million supporters, activists and volunteers in more than 150 countries campaigning for human rights worldwide. The organization investigates and exposes human rights abuses, educates and mobilizes the public, and works to protect people wherever justice, freedom, truth and dignity are denied.

For decades, Amnesty International has researched, campaigned, educated, organized and lobbied to stand up for the rights of women and girls.

In October 2012, Amnesty and V-Day collaborated to raise awareness about violence against women and girls at the XX Factor: Town Hall on Women’s Rights. V-DAY founder V (formerly Eve Ensler) delivered the keynote address at the XX Factor event, and spoke about Amnesty’s contribution to women’s rights: “It is organizations like Amnesty that are really keeping the human body of sense and heart and spirit and value alive.”