December 1, 2012
Restorative justice is fundamentally different from retributive justice. It is justice that puts energy into the future, not into what is past. It focuses on what needs to be healed, what needs to be repaid, what needs to be learned in the wake of crime. It looks at what needs to be strengthened if such things are not to happen again.
- Susan Sharpe, Restorative Justice: A Vision for Healing and Change, 1998
The Capital Restorative Justice Project presents our 10th anniversary annual gathering:
After the Ice Storm: Supporting Families Touched by Murder and Promoting Restorative Justice from 2002 - 2012
The day will begin with lunch and will include the restorative practice of healing circles and a screening of the film "The Final Gift" with a discussion afterward moderated by the filmmaker, Therese Bartholomew.
Saturday, December 1, 2012
12:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Blacknall Presbyterian Church
1902 Perry Street
Durham, NC 27705
Lunch and refreshments will be provided. A donation of $20.00 is requested so that we will be able to continue providing events like this in the future.
For more information contact Leah Wilson-Hartgrove at firstname.lastname@example.org (919) 452-1283
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