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Driving Change: Challenging the Myths and Stigmas

Domestic violence is a widespread issue, regularly silenced—“it’s a private matter”—or hidden from public view. When conversations to do emerge on the public stage, they are frequently mired in myths and misperceptions: that abuse is only physical, that it’s somehow provoked or allowed by the victim, or that if a person hasn’t left their abusive…

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Community Spotlight: Sonia Melara Appointed to Police Commission

We’re thrilled to celebrate the appointment of Sonia Melara—one of La Casa’s founders and a tireless advocate in the movement to end violence against women and children—to the San Francisco Police Commission!  Most currently, Sonia served as Vice-President and President of the Health Commission.  She is Executive Director of Rally Family Visitation Services of Saint…

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