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Sunday, October 25 • 10:25am - 10:50am
Restorative Justice's Promise: Helping Us Re-Invent What it Means to be Human

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Drawing on her lifetime of social justice activism, Fania Davis depicts the essence of Restorative Justice. It’s an emerging approach that seeks to move us from an ethic of separation, domination, and extreme individualism to one of collaboration, partnership, and interrelatedness. Rooted in Indigenous views of justice and healing, this rapidly expanding global movement invites us to make a radical shift from either-or, right-wrong, and us-versus-them ways of thinking. It seeks to midwife an evolutionary shift beyond domination, discord, and devastation, toward healing, wholeness, and holiness with one another and all creation.

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Fania Davis

Restorative Justice For Oakland Youth
Fania Davis, J.D., Ph.D., co-founder and Executive Director of Restorative Justice For Oakland Youth, came of age in Alabama in the 1960s and was active in the Civil Rights, Black Liberation, women’s, prisoners’, peace, and anti-apartheid movements. A civil rights trial lawyer for 27 years, she has also taught Restorative Justice at San Francisco ‘s New College Law School and Indigenous Peacemaking at Eastern Mennonite... Read More →


Sunday October 25, 2015 10:25am - 10:50am
Humanities 1B50 1610 Pleasant St, Boulder, CO 80309

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