Restorative Justice открытые
[search 0]
Больше

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Welcome to Whatchu Know About RJ? Sharing Stories and Skills about Restorative Justice, a podcast of the California Conference for Equality and Justice. CCEJ is an organization dedicated to eliminating bias, bigotry and racism. This first series was recorded within a year of dialogue, reflection, and play with a team of trainers and practitioners of Restorative Justice working in schools. Restorative Justice is a paradigm and set of practices that center needs and accountability in relations ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Today is "Giving Tuesday"! Here are 3 ways you can “give back” to Amplify RJ today $UPPORT our work by providing scholarships for educators to engage in deep learning around this work as well as educating and inviting others into this work through digital media. You can still use paypal, cash app, or venmo, but we have fiscal sponsorship now that g…
 
In this 5-part series, Fr. Harry Dean and Deacon Ronnie Lastovica discuss the contents of the Knights of Columbus booklet, Coping with a Suicide: Catholic Teaching and Pastoral Response. Throughout the series they specifically address the following topics in regards to their pertinence to the prison population and criminal justice system: 1) Why do…
 
In this 5-part series, Fr. Harry Dean and Deacon Ronnie Lastovica discuss the contents of the Knights of Columbus booklet, Coping with a Suicide: Catholic Teaching and Pastoral Response. Throughout the series they specifically address the following topics in regards to their pertinence to the prison population and criminal justice system: 1) Why do…
 
In this 5-part series, Fr. Harry Dean and Deacon Ronnie Lastovica discuss the contents of the Knights of Columbus booklet, Coping with a Suicide: Catholic Teaching and Pastoral Response. Throughout the series they specifically address the following topics in regards to their pertinence to the prison population and criminal justice system: 1) Why do…
 
In this 5-part series, Fr. Harry Dean and Deacon Ronnie Lastovica discuss the contents of the Knights of Columbus booklet, Coping with a Suicide: Catholic Teaching and Pastoral Response. Throughout the series they specifically address the following topics in regards to their pertinence to the prison population and criminal justice system: 1) Why do…
 
In this 5-part series, Fr. Harry Dean and Deacon Ronnie Lastovica discuss the contents of the Knights of Columbus booklet, Coping with a Suicide: Catholic Teaching and Pastoral Response. Throughout the series they specifically address the following topics in regards to their pertinence to the prison population and criminal justice system: 1) Why do…
 
Dwanna Nicole is a restorative justice practitioner and trainer with the Restorative Justice Partnership, where she works within school communities throughout the country to assist them with developing strategies to create more positive school climates for students, educators, and families. She provides training and implementation support in restor…
 
Ethan Ucker was a 2018 Mellon Collaborative Fellow for Reaching New Publics. ethan explores autonomous capacity- and infrastructure- building projects that have arisen in the context of social movements for Black liberation and Indigenous resurgence in the U.S. He studies the strategies used to materially provision these projects: the organizationa…
 
This week we're giving space to the Restorative Justice (RJ) Chronicles podcast featuring the conversation with Roscoe Wallace. Roscoe has survived the murder of his son. He has been incarcerated for crimes from petty to felony and takes responsibility for the harm he has caused. Parts of his story are all too common in this country. What is unique…
 
Edward C Valandra, Ph.D., is Sicangu Titunwan, born and raised on the Rosebud Sioux Reservation. He received his B.A. in chemistry from Mankato State University, his M.A. in political science (public policy) from the University of Colorado-Boulder, and his Ph.D. in American Studies (Native Studies concentration) from SUNY-Buffalo. Make sure to subs…
 
Crystal Catalan serves as the Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Presentation High School in San Jose, CA. She has degrees from University of San Diego and Eastern University, and served as a missioner with Cabrini Mission Corps in New York, the Philippines, Swaziland, and Radnor, PA at Cabrini University. Crystal has served as a jail m…
 
David Karp is a professor and director of the Center for Restorative Justice in the School of Leadership and Education Sciences at the University of San Diego. His current scholarship focuses on restorative justice in community and educational settings. For his work on campus restorative justice, he was the recipient of the 2019 Leadership and Inno…
 
Becky McCammon is a circle keeper, coach, and collaborator and former restorative practice program coordinator at Saint Paul Public Schools. She loves haiku poems, effusive text messaging, and, most especially, having been a middle and high school English teacher for 14 years. Support Becky's Work: restorativelyyours.com Check out our LIVE Events S…
 
Professional educator of 30 years, Ms. McNair serves as the Restorative Approaches Coordinator one of the largest school districts in Maryland. She has training in Peacemaking Circles, Conflict Circles, and Restorative Justice in Education. She is the owner of The Restorative Classroom, LLC, which provides services such as Restorative Justice in Ed…
 
Richard Cruz is native and his relations are through his mother (Georgia) Assiniboine Sioux, Nakota, and Arapaho. After decades in the California Department of Corrections he serves as the Co-Executive Director of the Ahimsa Collective, an Oakland-based organization focused on restorative justice. In this episode, Richard talks about his shift in m…
 
Tonya Covington is a Trainer, Mediator, Community Health Worker and Health Educator. Tonya has been engaged in training, consulting and coaching on issues of diversity, equity and cross-cultural communication for three decades and is an experienced “cultural humility” trainer. She has been a Community Health Worker with the New Mexico Shared Strate…
 
After 20 + years as an active gang member in the streets of Los Angeles and 12 years of incarceration, Angel has now dedicated his life saving lives by intervening in the vicious cycles of violence some in our community experience. He’s using his negative past to foster positive futures. Check out our LIVE Events Send us feedback at media@amplifyrj…
 
In this episode, learn about restorative "jazz"-tice with David Yusem and how to include care within your classroom. Support David's work at Oakland Unified School District: https://www.ousd.org/Page/12387 Join our Mighty Networks platform to chat with other people doing this work! See all our workshops and courses at http://amplifyrj.com/learn Fut…
 
Juaquin Mobley is the Vice President of Community Works and co-owner of Community Ties and The Community Barber Shop based out of Colorado Springs. He helps individuals who were recently incarcerated and/or at risk at becoming incarcerated to realize their true potential. Juaquin was once incarcerated for the better half of a decade and knows all t…
 
Before our FULL conversation with Juaquin Mobley airs tomorrow enjoy this exclusive clip of him sharing how he takes restorative approaches to negotiation. Juaquin Mobley is the Vice President of Community Works and co-owner of Community Ties and The Community Barber Shop based out of Colorado Springs. Juaquin helps those individuals who were recen…
 
Deb Witzel, M.A., is the host of The RJ Chronicles Podcast, a collection of stories from people who have participated in restorative justice processes and how those processes affected their lives. As the founder of 3 Stories Consulting, Deb shares her nearly 20 years of RJP experience supporting people and organizations in utilizing restorative app…
 
Change of pace today because it's back to school season! In light of that we're sharing the audio from our training on the "8 Key Concepts Every Educator Must Know About Restorative Justice" You can watch the training at: http://tiny.cc/freeRJtraining And please, SHARE with the teachers, educators, and school leaders in your life. APPLY by August 3…
 
Kathy was the Independent Juvenile Ombudsman for the Department of Juvenile Justice from August 2015 until July 2021. Retired from jobs but not work, Kathy is working with Just Peace, a community restorative justice initiative. Just Peace seeks to spark and broaden Restorative Justice knowledge and experiences throughout Chicago neighborhoods. Supp…
 
Veronica Agard (she/her) is a writer, educator and connector at the intersections of Black identity, wellness, representation, and culture. She experiments with creative healing modalities and puts theories learned into practice. She curated the Who Heals the Healer series and the conference of the same name and facilitates the Ancestors in Trainin…
 
Join us for the first live taping of This Restorative Justice Life, featuring ideas and discussions from the 2022 NACRJ Conference. Support Ashley Ellis: Ashley Shinice Ellis is the co-founder of "The B.R.E.A.T.H.E. Collective" a is a collective of black and brown womyn and girls committed to developing sacred connections and curating sacred space …
 
In this first episode in a 6-part series, Father Harry Dean and Deacon Ronnie Lastovica share their experience of bringing the physical body and blood, soul and divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ in the Eucharist to those in the prison system. In this episode, our hosts discussed bringing the Eucharist to the general prison population. Specifically,…
 
In this second episode in a 6-part series, Father Harry Dean and Deacon Ronnie Lastovica share their experience of bringing the physical body and blood, soul and divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ in the Eucharist to those in the prison system. In this episode, our hosts discussed bringing the Eucharist to those in restricted housing of the prison p…
 
In this third episode in a 6-part series, Father Harry Dean and Deacon Ronnie Lastovica share their experience of bringing the physical body and blood, soul and divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ in the Eucharist to those in the prison system. In this episode, our hosts discussed bringing the Eucharist into the presence of separated brethren within …
 
In this fourth episode in a 6-part series, Father Harry Dean and Deacon Ronnie Lastovica share their experience of bringing the physical body and blood, soul and divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ in the Eucharist to those in the prison system. In this episode, our hosts discussed bringing the Eucharist to prison officers. Specifically, Father Harry…
 
In this fifth episode in a 6-part series, Father Harry Dean and Deacon Ronnie Lastovica share their experience of bringing the physical body and blood, soul and divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ in the Eucharist to those in the prison system. In this episode, our hosts discussed bringing the Eucharist into prisons, where the presence of evil can of…
 
In this final episode in a 6-part series, Father Harry Dean and Deacon Ronnie Lastovica share their experience of bringing the physical body and blood, soul and divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ in the Eucharist to those in the prison system. In this episode, our hosts discussed prisoners’ personal experience with the Eucharist, as heard in their o…
 
In this first in a 3-part series, Renee Brown, Father Harry Dean, and Deacon Ronnie Lastovica discuss finding happiness. Specifically, the following questions/topics were addressed: 1) How can people build genuine and long-lasting happiness? 2) What are some exercises people can use to promote gratitude in their life? 3) What are some techniques or…
 
In this second in a 3-part series, Renee Brown, Father Harry Dean, and Deacon Ronnie Lastovica discuss finding happiness. Specifically, the following questions/topics were addressed: 1) How does exercise promote happiness? 2) How do meditation and mindfulness differ, and how does meditation influence happiness? 3) What are some other ways to create…
 
In this third in a 3-part series, Renee Brown, Father Harry Dean, and Deacon Ronnie Lastovica discuss finding happiness. Specifically, the following questions/topics were addressed: 1) What is mindfulness and its components? 2) What are the benefits of mindfulness? 3) The practice of mindfulness was explained. 4) How do values influence happiness? …
 
In this first in a 2-part series, Renee Brown, Father Harry Dean, and Deacon Ronnie Lastovica discuss Strength-Based Learning. Specifically, the following questions were addressed: 1) How do one's strengths promote positive mental health? 2) What are some questions people can ask themselves to determine their strengths? 3) What is an activity for s…
 
In this second in a 2-part series, Renee Brown, Father Harry Dean, and Deacon Ronnie Lastovica discuss Strength-Based Learning. Specifically, the following questions/topics were addressed: 1) What are some attributes a person could examine to determine their strengths of positive qualities? 2) How do strengths affect relationships? 3) An activity w…
 
In this first in a 2-part series, Renee Brown, Father Harry Dean, and Deacon Ronnie Lastovica discuss mental health protective factors for those incarcerated and likewise for those who are not. In this session, our hosts spoke about the following: 1) What is meant by Protective Factors as related to mental Health? 2) What are healthy coping skills …
 
In this second in a 2-part series, Renee Brown, Father Harry Dean, and Deacon Ronnie Lastovica discuss mental health protective factors for those incarcerated and likewise for those who are not. In this session, our hosts spoke about the following: 1) How can incarcerated persons increase self-esteem? 2) What attributes of physical should be addres…
 
Joe has been the victim of two separate violent anti-gay hate crimes and what began as a personal healing response to the trauma, he has transformed into professional involvement in the field of community and restorative justice. Since 2010, Joe has actively helped schools implement peer mediation programs and school-wide restorative practices. As …
 
Jill Strauss, PhD, teaches Conflict Resolution and Communications in the Speech, Communications and Theater Arts Department at Borough of Manhattan Community College (CUNY). Her research involves Restorative Practices and the visual interpretation of narrative and difficult histories. Jill is co-editor of Slavery’s Descendants: Shared Legacies of R…
 
Daniel is director of the undergraduate Social Work program at UNC-Greensboro. He received his PhD in Educational Leadership with a graduate certificate in Women and Gender Studies from the UNC-Greensboro in 2008. In the Pedagogy of Cirlces, Daniel breaks down tangible ways to bring RJ circles into teaching social work and more! Join our Mighty Net…
 
Dr. Carl Stauffer is a senior expert on reconciliation for the U.S. Institute of Peace with 30 years of experience in 37 countries as both a practitioner and academic. His previous work has included directing the Zehr Institute of Restorative Justice at the Center for Justice & Peacebuilding at Eastern Mennonite University and serving 16 years in S…
 
Ted Lewis is a Restorative Justice trainer and consultant with the Center for Restorative Justice & Peacemaking at the University of Minnesota. Contact, Learn More, Support Ted! Website: Restorativechurch.org Projects: Support the Center for Restorative Justice and Peacemaking Fund at University of Minnesota Duluth Get your copy of “Listening to th…
 
Mia Mingus is a writer, educator and trainer for transformative justice and disability justice. She is a queer disabled Korean transracial and transnational adoptee raised in the Caribbean. She works for community, interdependence and home for all of us, not just some of us, and longs for a world where disabled children can live free of violence, w…
 
In this 4-part series, Father Harry Dean and Deacon Ronnie Lastovica offer reflections upon their years of service in Restorative Justice Ministry. In this episode, Fr. Harry and Deacon Ronnie discuss their discernment of entrance into ministry with those who are incarcerated. They discussed why they answered "yes" to this call and who had a part i…
 
In this 4-part series, Father Harry Dean and Deacon Ronnie Lastovica offer reflections upon their years of service in Restorative Justice Ministry. In this episode, Fr. Harry and Deacon Ronnie discuss the learning curve that took place at the start of their ministry to those who are incarcerated and how their experiences can apply to those who are …
 
In this 4-part series, Father Harry Dean and Deacon Ronnie Lastovica offer reflections upon their years of service in Restorative Justice Ministry. In this episode, Fr. Harry and Deacon Ronnie discuss the best practices for volunteers in ministry to those who are incarcerated. Specifically, Fr. Harry spoke about what he learned about best practices…
 
In this 4-part series, Father Harry Dean and Deacon Ronnie Lastovica offer reflections upon their years of service in Restorative Justice Ministry. In this episode, Fr. Harry and Deacon Ronnie discuss the fruits of the ministry to those who are incarcerated. Specifically, Fr. Harry spoke about how volunteers get more than what they give, that resto…
 
Elena’s work includes creating programs, research, and events that promote socially just solutions to public safety problems. She partners with community members and agencies, law enforcement, detention facility staff and inmates, as well as universities and government in an effort to implement socially just policies and practices that are benefici…
 
Marlon J. Chamberlain is an advocate for people directly impacted by the justice system. Marlon brings over 20 years of lived and professional experience to his work at Heart Alliance. Marlon has an established track record of creating effective coalitions. Previously, he served as the Englewood Project Manager with the READI Chicago Program at Hea…
 
Loading …

Краткое руководство

Google login Twitter login Classic login