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Getting to the root of restorative justice on the radio
from the article by Citlalli Chávez: How do you define restorative justice? This question is commonly being asked throughout Boyle Heights, and was the inspiration for the Restorative Justice Pilot Radio Project (RJPR), which took place from October 2013 to April 2014. Students from Boyle Heights high schools, along with artist Omar Ramirez, helped launch this pilot initiative, getting to the root of Restorative Justice by asking each other and members of their community about the subject.
Located in Restorative Justice Online Blog -- RJOB
Paula's story
from the article from the Restorative Justice Council: "It was January, and I was walking my dog some time after 4pm – it was almost dark. It was absolutely freezing, and I was walking along a well-lit footpath near where I live. My phone rang, and I dug it out of my pocket – I was so wrapped up against the cold that only my eyes and nose were uncovered.
Located in Restorative Justice Online Blog -- RJOB
How far would you go to stop another crime?
from the story on Sycamore Voices: It’s easy to feel helpless about the rate of crime in our society but a growing number of people are facing this fear and participating in the justice system to make it more effective for our communities. They have a holistic view of crime that looks at the total impact of harm – starting with the victim – and takes practical steps to deal with it.
Located in Restorative Justice Online Blog -- RJOB
Offender: “Sycamore Tree is not just a course, but a life changer”
from the article by PF England and Wales: I completed this course some months ago, but I am still experiencing the benefits even today. I am a huge advocate of Sycamore Tree as it has opened my eyes to the impact of my crime on numerous people, especially those who I did not know about, those who were victims through the ripple effect.
Located in Restorative Justice Online Blog -- RJOB