Love is the Foundation of Justice

Whether in criminal justice, school discipline, or social action, Justice is not served except through Love. Read more...

For Living

Reflections on life experiences and justice, exploration and awareness through arts and writing, and spiritual practices to nurture justice.

For Teaching

Tools and research for classrooms and school administrators emphasizing restorative practice and positive discipline.

For Working

Book reviews, reflections, research, and professional development for people working with or within the justice system.

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Reclaiming Our Humanity: A talk with Fania Davis

Hosted by YWCA Madison November 8th, 2018, 10 am – 12 pm Central Time | Madison, Wisconsin, USA Cost: $25, follow link for more information and to register: Quoted from YWCA’s web page about this event: Fania Davis is a leading national voice on restorative justice, a quickly emerging...
Street Requiem

Street Requiem

Contributed by Kim Vanderheiden A friend and I recently attended a performance of Street Requiem in Berkeley California. A fellow artist I knew was singing in it, and I had read about efforts to collect the names of the homeless who had recently died on our streets who were being...

Elevating Justice: Widening the Circle

Hosted by National Association of Community and Restorative Justice (NACRJ) June 14-16, 2019 | Denver, Colorado, USA | Also available: June 13 preconference workshops “The 7th NACRJ Conference focuses on elevating this broader meaning of justice by intentionally widening the circle of engagement in meaningful ways that welcome the voices...