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RJ Article Editor. Video Review: The Amy Wall Story: Dedicated to the Prevention of Drunk Driving
Amy Wall was seventeen years old when she was killed by a drunk driver. Now Amy's younger brother Derrick Wall and Joe Avila, the man who killed Amy, tell the story of her death and the impact that has had on both their lives as a testimony to the tragedies that can happen when people drink and drive. Derrick and Joe met several years after the incident through the Victim-Offender Reconciliation Program in Fresno, California, and the meeting brought healing and forgiveness into both of their lives. In this video, they each tell their sides about the incident, their responses to it, the court proceedings and prison, what life was like after sentencing, and how the meeting affected them.
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Google Video PF Rwanda's Reconciliation Work
This 2003 video explores the reconciliation work of Prison Fellowship Rwanda.
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Justicia Juvenil Restaurativa in Peru
This 14 minute video highlights the Justicia Juvenil Restaurativa project in Lima, Peru. The project started in 2005 as a partnership between the foundation Terre des Hommes and the Peruvian NGO, AsociaciĆ³n Encuentros Casa de la Juventud. In the video, ex-offenders, social workers, police officers, judges, and prosecutors explain the programme and the various services offered.
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Restorative Justice Radio Interview
In this five minute video, Harvard criminologist Christopher Stone and filmaker Roger Graef discuss restorative justice.
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Google Video Restorative Justice Community Action
This two-minute news story from 2008 highlights the work of Restorative Justice Community Action in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.
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Google Video Lakes Area Restorative Justice -- Making our Community Better
This 10-minute YouTube video provides an over few of the Lakes Area Restorative Justice Project in Minnesota, USA. It explains what restorative justice is and the process that is used. Victims, offender support persons, volunteers and a police officer all share their perspectives.
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Google Video Jo Berry and Patrick Magee -- Building Bridge for Peace
This 10 minute You Tube video tells the story of Jo Berry whose father was killed by an IRA bomb planted by Patrick Magee. It allows both Berry and Magee to tell their stories about meeting and working for peace.
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Guantanamo Bay guard meets British ex-prisoners
A former Guantanamo Bay guard was reunited with two former prisoners from Britain for a BBC documentary. The meeting was a result of Brandon Neely, now a Texas police officer, contacting the two men on Facebook to apologise for his part in their imprisonment.
Located in Restorative Justice Online Blog -- RJOB
Google Video Innovator's Focus: Resolve to Stop the Violence
San Francisco's Resolve to Stop the Violence Project (RSVP) is a restorative justice crime prevention program that utilizes a peer-based job training model to reintegrate violent offenders into the workforce. RSVP offers intervention where people can learn to change their attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors while addressing the isolation and polarization of those affected by crime including offenders, victims, community members, and law enforcement officials. (excerpted from the YouTube video description).
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Google Video Head Teacher Describes His Experience with Restorative Approaches
A teacher from the UK describes his experience in using restorative approaches after receiving training.
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