a different kind of restorative justice

Brent Finnegan -- June 25th, 2007

Today EMU sent out this news release/news story about Gemeinschaft resident Antonio Dodson’s participation in EMU’s Center for Justice and Peacebuilding class (SPI). The focus of the class was on a different sort of restorative justice than some may think of when they hear the term.

One Response to “a different kind of restorative justice”

  1. William says:

    The majority of Gemeinschaft graduates become very productive and active in community building. I am glad to see the positive coverage.

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