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This blog previously appeared in Health Affairs : These are volatile times. The fast pace of current events, dangers of the COVID-19 pandemic, and uncertainty about the upcoming November 2020...

This article previously appeared in The Chronicle of Philanthropy : A physician notices bruises on a patient during a physical exam. When asked, the patient reveals that she is regularly abused by...

The Reimagine Lab group Got Your Back

Reimagine Lab: Preventing cycles of violence, now and into the future is a human-centered design lab supported by the Foundation that produced new and innovative solutions to breaking the cycle of...

Reimagine Lab team Influencers4Justice

Reimagine Lab: Preventing cycles of violence, now and into the future is a human-centered design lab supported by the Foundation that produced new and innovative solutions to breaking the cycle of...

History Reimagined Reimagine Lab

Reimagine Lab: Preventing cycles of violence, now and into the future is a human-centered design lab supported by the Foundation that produced new and innovative solutions to breaking the cycle of...

Anti-Violence Ventures Reimagine Lab

Reimagine Lab: Preventing cycles of violence, now and into the future is a human-centered design lab supported by the Foundation that produced new and innovative solutions to breaking the cycle of...

A mural of Vanessa Guillen in Fort Hood, Texas

The tragic story of Vanessa Guillen's murder points to the faults in our current systems - and it sounds an urgent call for change.

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It’s being said a lot: This year’s LGBTQ Pride month looks like none before it. As the COVID-19 pandemic swept the country this spring, we saw story after story about public events typically held...

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How would our society look different if we responded to racism with the same urgency as COVID-19?

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