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Restorative justice offers a hopeful vision of justice for victims' families and compassion for the families of executed and death-sentenced individuals.
Traditional Justice (our current justice system) asks:
* What laws have been broken?
* Who did it?
* What do they deserve?
Restorative Justice requires that we (community) ask:
* Who has been hurt?
* What do they need?
* Who has the obligation and responsibility to address this hurt and meet these needs?
* What can we as a community do to make sure this does not happen again?
The mission of the Capital Restorative Justice Project is to promote healing and nonviolent responses within North Carolina communities torn apart by capital murder and executions.