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Published on Dec 6, 2009
Ellen Pence is the co-founder of the Domestic Abuse Intervention Project in Duluth, MN. Pence and a group of other social activists initiated DAIP in the early 1980s. They went on to pioneer key domestic violence innovations, including the power and control wheel, mandatory arrest, batterer intervention programs and the coordinated community response to domestic abuse. Thirty years later, Pence remains committed to the original cause -- most recently, she spearheaded a major new domestic violence initiative in St. Paul, MN. Pence is one of the main characters in the upcoming documentary, "Power and Control: Domestic Violence in America."