What a pleasure to speak to KPU’s Restorative Justice class, along with community members working and interested in the justice field. The class’ professor, Dr. Alana Abramson, continuously creates spaces for complex conversations on restorative justice to happen – no easy feat!
(Photo credits: Dr. Alana Abramson (l,c) & Carys Cragg (r))
The Globe & Mail’s new Opinion section features my conversation with Raman Jahanbegloo, author of On Forgiveness and Revenge, on the topic of Forgiveness.
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Room Magazine’s Fainting Couch Feminists podcast, features Dead Reckoning’s story! Listen here.
Douglas College features Dead Reckoning on its intranet, DC Connect, and blog! Read the “Journey for Justice” piece here.
Had a lovely time reading, storytelling, and answering questions for the students of 1001 Ways to Tell the Truth at Langara College, focusing on how Dead Reckoning came into being.
The Criminal Code features Dead Reckoning on its True Crime radio show! Listen here (begins at 1:03:46) for the extended interview!
Visited Delta’s Burnsview Secondary School‘s Composition classes to talk about Dead Reckoning, Restorative Justice, and Tips & Tricks for memoir/personal essay writing. Wow, the students were so engaged & reflective – they had the best questions!
What a pleasure it was to be invited to SFU’s Criminology 315: Restorative Justice class to talk about “Listening to Victims’ Voices” – with an engaged group of students learning to problematize the criminal justice system and learn diverse stories of transformative and restorative justice.