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Restorative Justice

"If you want to make change you have to be eternally vigilant" - Shankar Vedantam

"Mission in the twenty-first century is done in the context of a global history marked by racism. The restorative justice movement, originating in civil society, has deep spiritual roots and offers a way to deal with racism and to move beyond it. Restorative justice views crime as harms done. Its objective is community safety, competency development for offenders, and victim's rights. Restorative justice leads to reconciliation through the reparation of human relations and forgiveness."

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