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End Abuse to Host 2024 Statewide Teen Summit from April 28-30 PDF Print E-mail
Written by End Domestic Abuse WI, Elise Buchbinder   
Thursday, 25 April 2024 10:01

domestic-violenceMadison – End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin (End Abuse) is hosting its annual Teen Summit from April 28-30, 2024 at the Kalahari Resort & Convention Center in Wisconsin Dells. End Abuse invites media to cover the event - especially during the main day of the event (Monday, April 29) – and will make available interviews with youth representatives about their experiences and the impact of the event on their understanding of and work to help prevent violence statewide.

WHAT: The annual Teen Summit is End Abuse's largest training, bringing hundreds of youth, parents, educators, activists, and mentors from all over Wisconsin to learn about healthy relationships, teen dating violence, and sexual assault within a larger anti-oppression framework.

We include educational and enthusiastic plenary speakers, youth-led workshops as well as topic-related performances. With keynotes Sara Mora, Valarie Kaur, Tara Houska, D’LocoKid the 2024 Teen Summit theme is ‘rEVOLutionary ACTS’. These thought-leaders will guide this impactful event that lays foundations for young people’s participation in creating violence-free relationships and communities.

WHEN: Sunday, April 28- Tuesday, April 30, 2024

WHERE: Kalahari Resorts and Convention Center, Wisconsin Dells

WHO: Hosted by End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin (End Abuse), participants include youth from across the state, parents, caregivers, teachers and school personnel, and those involved with sexual assault and domestic violence programs, tribal programs, runaway programs, and youth-serving organizations.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Information about the Summit is available at

End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin: The Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence (End Abuse, is the leading voice for victims of domestic abuse in Wisconsin. At End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin, we educate shelter and program volunteers and advocates, law enforcement, legislators, and community members to provide safety and support to survivors. We strive to shift Wisconsin from the attitudes and beliefs that cause domestic violence to values of mutual respect and equity, and we partner with communities in the effort to prevent and end domestic abuse. We encourage reporters to include the National Domestic Violence Hotline number [1−800−799−SAFE(7233)] in their stories for victims who need help. A list of local Wisconsin domestic violence victim service providers can be found at

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