Breaking the Cycle of Domestic Violence

Reimagine Lab Fellows

Reflections on Reimagining: Eight things we learned from launching a design lab to prevent domestic violence

Reimagine Lab started with the assumption that bringing together a diverse group of leaders from across California to...

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Reimagine Lab Final Report

Reimagine Lab Learning Report

May, 2019

Reimagine Lab was a six-month design lab for 16 fellows passionate about preventing cycles of family and domestic...

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A Pathway to Prevention: Understanding root causes to help break the cycle of domestic violence

Recently, I was in Oakland’s Chinatown neighborhood when I heard a couple fighting across the street from me. As I looked...

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Using Human-Centered Design to Address Domestic Violence: Q & A with Jaspal Sandhu

Jaspal Sandhu, PhD, Managing Partner of Gobee Group, a leading health and social impact design firm, and Professor of...

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Collaborating to End Domestic Violence in Northern California

This article orignally appeared in Blue Shield of California's Newscenter, here.

For those seeking to distance...

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Perceptions of Domestic Violence in California's African American Communities

February, 2019

With support from the Blue Shield of California Foundation, Social Action Partners (SoACT) developed a mixed-methods...

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Portraits of Domestic Violence: The African American Experience

February, 2019

In this report funded by Blue Shield of California Foundation, Portraits of Domestic Violence: The African American...

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Report: A Life Course Framework for Preventing Domestic Violence

February, 2019

Domestic violence negatively impacts every community in the United States, affecting one in three women and one in four...

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Celebrating Our Partnerships

This year, Blue Shield of California Foundation was selected as the 2018 Outstanding Organization by the Association of...

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Start by Showing Up: What being an ally means to me

Earlier this summer, I attended a discussion on how philanthropy could respond to the #MeToo movement — in...

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