Webinars

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Guest: Linda Armstrong and Barbara Holley

Host: Dr. Carl Stauffer

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St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Richmond, Va. In June 2015, Dylann Roof, a White Supremacist, shot nine people at Bible Study in Charleston, South Carolina.  The Reverend Wallace Adams-Riley later delivered a sermon about his own church, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Richmond, Va.  The church was consecrated in 1845 and was the home parish church for […]

This webinar is sponsored by the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities

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Guest: Tyrone Werts and Greg Winship

Host: Howard Zehr

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This webinar will reflect on the role of the formerly incarcerated in the Restorative Justice movement and on restorative justice in prison. The webinar features two men, both of whom were incarcerated with life sentences. Collectively, they have more than 50 years’ experience in the criminal justice system and have more than 30 years’ experience […]

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Guest: Catherine Bargen and Aaron Lyons

Host: Howard Zehr

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This webinar will explore the contested issue of “standards” in restorative justice, using the example of a current initiative in the Canadian province of British Columbia as a basis for group discussion and learning. While some restorative justice advocates urge that standards are essential to maintaining quality practice and securing the confidence of referral agents, […]

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Guest: nuri nusrat and Jenny Poretz

Host: Johonna Turner

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Information still being developed; please check back later for webinar description and Jenny Poretz’s bio. Guest Bios nuri nusrat is is dedicated to working with people whose lives are affected by the criminal legal system. For the past two years, she collaborated with communities across California to implement pre-charge restorative justice diversion programs. These programs […]