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Once her children were taken away from her, Martha fell into a deep depression. She was distraught, still had nowhere to live, and was losing hope that she would get her children back. She began...

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At Blue Shield of California Foundation, we believe that multiple systems are a part of the story of domestic violence, and therefore a part of its prevention. The Downtown Women’s Center in LA , a...

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At Blue Shield of California Foundation, we believe that multiple systems are a part of the story of domestic violence, and therefore a part of its prevention. The Downtown Women’s Center in LA , a...

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During one of the most challenging years that many of us have ever faced, Blue Shield of California Foundation has seized the opportunity to refine the strategies that will help us end domestic...

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The echoes of the AIDS crisis have been ringing loudly since the start of COVID-19 pandemic.

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We are witnessing racial uprisings, calls for accountability, and a younger generation unapologetically using their voices to claim their power.

A future without domestic violence can be a reality if we take a two-pronged approach.

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This piece originally appeared in CalMatters. Soon, communities across California will receive an unprecedented infusion of federal funding through the American Rescue Plan Act. While these funds can...

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A Q&A with California reporters covering economic inequality Journalism can inform and empower communities, can lead to policy and business changes, and can bring more voices into the discussion...

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