October 8, 2016 – October 9, 2016 all-day
Tukwila Community Center
12424 42nd Ave S
Seattle, WA 98168

Dr. Fania Davis–founder of Restorative Justice for Oakland Youth, and sister of activist Angela Davis–will join Dr. Morris Jenkins, New Zealand’s groundbreaking Maori-based criminal court system and other esteemed guests.

Hosted by No New Jim Crow-Seattle, the retreat will feature creative, hands-on workshops and experience with restorative justice practitioners from African/AfAm, Latino, Maori and Pacific Islander,  Anglo-Saxon, First Nation/Native American cultural traditions, and an exploration of the peace practices within youth and hip hop sub-cultures and institutions including schools and juvenile justice. The objective is to focus on applying cultural ways of being that are complementary to Restorative Justice healing, transformation, and peace practices. Open to the general public–with specific focus on RJ practitioners, educators, community historians, cultural researchers, sociologists, social workers, community leaders and organizers, anthropologists, artists, and people who study or work in criminal justice, trauma, addiction, and therapeutic professions.

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