By Jessica Renee Napier on November 8, 2011 · tagged as , , , ,

Effective primary prevention is social justice work

Aimee Thompson

(43 mins) At the end of June, PreventConnect attended the California Department of Public Health‘s 2011 Ending Violence Against Women & Teen Dating Violence: A Forum for Primary Prevention Advocates, which took place in Sacramento, Calif., June 27-29, was also sponsored by Safe and Active Communities. Keynote speakers Cristy Chung, a consultant from GroundSpark, and Aimee Thompson, Executive Director of Close to Home, talk about the way in which effective primary prevention is social change and social justice work.

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Vicente Samaniego November 8, 2011 at 11:22 am

Awesome Podcasts


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