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By on November 8, 2011

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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