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How can men help prevent domestic violence?

Remi Walle
As efforts to curb domestic violence are rising, men are asking how they can help.

There’s an important part of the national conversation about violence against women that hasn’t received as much attention as it deserves: the role of men and boys in preventing domestic violence.

Richard Tolman, a professor of Social Work at the University of Michigan, believes working with men and boys could help stop domestic violence. He joined Stateside to discuss the lack of research about how working with men and boys can prevent domestic violence, and how sports coaches and school programs can influence men and boys to be effective bystanders.

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