Restorative Justice on The Rise is an international live dialogue via Webcast and Telecouncil platform, held weekly, reaching an international constituency of a wide spectrum of invididuals, organizations, professionals, academics, practitioners, stakeholders and beyond.
Jeff Brown, from the Evolutionary Lawyers Series
A Conversation with JEFF BROWN, former attorney. Lead Host: J. Kim Wright and co-host Molly Rowan Leach. Highlight from the archives. Born in Toronto, Canada, Jeff Brown did all the things he was supposed to do to become successful in the eyes of the world. He was on the Dean’s Honor List as an undergraduate. […]
Insights From Anthony, Youth Keeper from NY (From Oakland, 2017)
In this mini-interview we spoke with Anthony from Brooklyn, NY, whose work as a youth facilitator in his school is expanding to training others. He shares his opinion on what restorative justice is, and what it look and feels like. Anthony also speaks to a workshop he attended during the conference called "Finding Power in […]
Acknowledging Ancestral Wisdom: Jerry Tello at NACRJ Oakland (2017):
Honoring the roots of restoration and transformation starts with acknowledging ancestral wisdom. Jerry Tello is Co-Founder of the National Compadres Network and Director, National Latino Fatherhood and Family Institute and author of the new book, Recovering Your Sacredness In this potent keynote, thanks to the NACRJ and RJOY Oakland for the conference in 2017 in […]
Exclusive: Cornel West on Restorative Justice
From the NACRJ 2015 Conference, Cornel West gives an extraordinary, poetic, rhythmic keynote. Credit: NACRJ, Production & Edits RJ on The Rise.
Rangimarie Naida Glavish: Reflections from Maori Traditions of Restorative Justice
From Oakland, June 2017, an interview with Rangimarie Naida Glavish on perspectives and practices from New Zealand in what is now called 'restorative justice'. This interview was an honor and was deeply sacred to us. 2017 National Conference hosted by RJOY NACRJ Dame Rangimarie Naida Glavish is a highly respected Iwi and Community Leader. […]
How Colorado Passed RJ Legislation: The Origins from 2013
In North America Colorado is considered one of many states progressing in restorative justice particular to coalition building that is spurred by legislative buy in. This archive feature is from 2013 and is a chronicle of the movement and its progress in passing legislation that supported the now-growing coalition and programs supported by a self-funding […]
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