Restorative Justice Organizing for Communities (690)

Carl Stauffer and Jodie Geddes

A powerful restorative justice is one that is integrated into all movements for liberation and justice, reaching beyond the confines of the criminal justice system. This begins in our communities. Together we will uncover and expand the application of restorative justice frameworks and practices to community building and community organizing. We will examine the possibilities and limitations by focusing on the values, principles, and practices of restorative justice.

This course is being offered for training and for academic credit. The syllabus details the number of credits hours and associated course requirements.

Syllabus

Watch the Zehr Institute for Restorative Justice webinar on Interrupting the School to Prison Pipeline

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