By PreventConnect on April 1, 2010

Meg Stone, IMPACT Boston

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Meg Stone
Meg Stone

In this interview, Director of IMPACT Boston Meg Stone talks about the role feminist self-defense plays in primary prevention efforts. She describes how IMPACT uses self-defense strategies to support active bystander behavior and empowers participants to take action to make changes in their community.

Click here to read a post by Meg Stone on THE LINE blog about her IMPACT empowerment experience as a student.

This interview was conducted by phone on April 1, 2010.

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