Nothing else has stamped out domestic violence yet.
One relatively recent, creative approach established in Massachusetts: educational theater.
Theater with a message. Plays depicting different types of domestic abuse (sexual, violent, verbal, etc.) – and targeting different audiences (civilian vs. military, adults vs. children, etc.).
The rationale is that an engaging story carries more impact than a thousand lectures.
The programs educates both victims and “bystanders” in a position to help, highlighting warning signs and illustrating how to be part of the solution.
Performers lead discussions after each performance.